Eat like a Tiger King today at Ike’s Love & Sandwiches or just have a date night in from the Nice Guy after you watch Top Chef Joe Sasto make homemade pasta — here’s what’s popping up from a safe distance.

Pasta Class with Top Chef and Downtown Dinner Club Fan Favorite Joe Sasto for beginners takes place Saturday, April 4. The “No Tools Required! Handmade Pasta 101 – 3 Shapes, 1 Dough” livestream class starts at 1 p.m.

Nice Guy is offering a special “Date Night” Package — Home Edition for curbside pick-up and delivery during quarantine, that includes bottle of wine or Casamigos. Choice of salad, pizza and a bottle of wine is $50 or with Casamigos $85.

The Nice Guy Kale Salad (Kathryn Ballay)

Every Friday, Ike’s Love & Sandwiches is releasing a special social distancing sandwich for $5 when you purchase one at regular price for delivery or takeout. Both available for $5 today, the Tiger King is made with fried chicken, tiger sauce (spicy orange BBQ sauce), provolone and pepper jack cheese. The Here Kitty Kitty is the vegetarian version made with Vegan Chicken.

To redeem, order any sandwich at regular price through the Ike’s app and the specials will be available at checkout. The Ike’s app can be downloaded for free on the App Store and Google Play. Ike’s is offering free delivery through April 15 when you order through the Ike’s app.

Cocktails to go (Courtesy Redbird)

REDBIRD at HOME, takeout is now available with curbside pickup for pre-order Wednesday through Saturday. Family-style dinners from chef Neal Fraser and team with choice of entree (short rib, salmon, tofu), plus bottled cocktails (and homemade tonic) from bar director Tobin Shea, Redbird’s own signature wines (and more selections from wine director Josh Wibbenmeyer) and some extra surprises like hyper local rooftop honey from the beehives on property, 32 oz. Aspen Ridge Colorado beef porterhouse and pao de quijo, the gluten free rolls that come to the table in little bags). More here and to book: Instagram will also have updates

La Brea Bakery’s Frontline Meals Program  continues supporting the Los Angeles community through this difficult time. All healthcare workers, first responders and essential frontline employees will receive a free boxed meal that includes a sandwich, chips and cookie when they present their badge or proof of employment at La Brea Bakery on South La Brea Avenue.

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