Corazon y Miel Pop-up
The folks at Bell cantina Corazon y Miel will be traveling to Pasadena, putting on a Tailgating Feast pop-up at Ix Tapa Cantina in Old Town. Sharable, tailgate-inspired plates include chef Eduardo Ruiz's pan con chompipe (his justly famous 3-pound turkey leg sandwich), roasted pork shoulder with duck gravy, grilled branzino with black mole, and mescal and tequila-based beverages. For reservations, call (323) 560-1776.
WHAT: Corazon y Miel Pop-Up at Ix Tapa Cantina 
WHEN: Feb. 9-12, 6-11 p.m.
WHERE: Ix Tapa Cantina, 119 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena; 626-304-9955.
COST: Varies by menu item.
What Shakespeare Ate: Dining in the Elizabethan Age
The California International Antiquarian Book Fair celebrates William Shakespeare's 450th birthday with a special exhibit and panel discussion, “What Shakespeare Ate: Dining in the Elizabethan Age.” Panelists include Los Angeles Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold; food historian Charles Perry, and James Beard Award – winning cookbook author Anne Willan. Rare books on Elizabethan-era food and cookery will be spotlighted in the Shakespeare exhibit.
WHAT: What Shakespeare Ate: Dining in the Elizabethan Age
WHEN: Saturday, Feb. 8, 1 p.m.
WHERE: California International Antiquarian Book Fair, Pasadena Convention Center, 300 E. Green St., Pasadena. 
COST: $15.

Patina Truffle Tasting Menu
Patina rings in black winter truffle season with three-, five- and seven-course tasting menus. Dishes include artichoke and black truffle terrine, filet of John Dory with black truffle venoise, Scottish wood pigeon and black truffle roule, and vanilla pain perdu with roasted pear and black truffle crème anglaise. For reservations, call the restaurant.
WHAT: Winter truffle tasting menu at Patina 
WHEN: Feb. 6-7, 5 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
WHERE: Patina, 141 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles; 213-972-3331.
COST: $115, $165, $210. 

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