What’s on the Menu for Cultural Weekly Live?
Artists must be fed.
That’s why Osso will be cooking up a special menu for you when you come to Cultural Weekly Live this Sunday, Dec. 13, from 3pm – 9 pm.
Look for their signature skillet fried chicken with potato salad, patty melts, and mussles prepared with beer, fennel, cabbage and bacon. Or you can go work up an appetite with beef biltong jerky, salt and pepper chips, and onion rings.
Artists need to drink, too. You will be able to try two special cocktails: the Cheshire Cat, made with orange infused tequila, and burnt cinnamon horchatta, and the Muddy Maria, with mezcal, spicy tamarindo, and celery.
One of the reasons we love Osso is that is has made a deep commitment to the Arts Distriuct community and creative people all over LA. Another reason? Osso is a fair wage restaurant, which means that they add a 20% service charge on to every check, and if you want to tip extra, you can bring cash. Fair and easy all around.
Cultural Weekly’s poets, musicians and panelists will feed your artist soul. Osso will feed your artist body. What a perfect combination!
Osso is at 901 E. 1st Street (at Vignes), LA 90012 in the DTLA Arts District. Street parking or paid lots within a few blocks. Cultural Weekly Live takes place on Sunday, Dec. 13, 3pm – 9pm.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Adam Leipzig is the founder and CEO of MediaU, online career acceleration. MediaU opens the doors of access for content creation, filmmaking and television. Adam, Cultural Daily’s founder and publisher, has worked with more than 10,000 creatives in film, theatre, television, music, dance, poetry, literature, performance, photography, and design. He has been a producer, distributor or supervising executive on more than 30 films that have disrupted expectations, including A Plastic Ocean, March of the Penguins, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Dead Poets Society, Titus and A Plastic Ocean. His movies have won or been nominated for 10 Academy Awards, 11 BAFTA Awards, 2 Golden Globes, 2 Emmys, 2 Directors Guild Awards, 4 Sundance Awards and 4 Independent Spirit Awards. Adam teaches at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business. Adam began his career in theatre; he was the first professional dramaturg in the United States outside of New York City, and he was one of the founders of the Los Angeles Theatre Center, where he produced more than 300 plays, music, dance, and other events. Adam is CEO of Entertainment Media Partners, a company that navigates creative entrepreneurs through the Hollywood system and beyond, and a keynote speaker. Adam is the former president of National Geographic Films and senior Walt Disney Studios executive. He has also served in senior capacities at CreativeFuture, a non-profit organization that advocates for the creative community. Adam is is the author of ‘Inside Track for Independent Filmmakers ’ and co-author of the all-in-one resource for college students and emerging filmmakers 'Filmmaking in Action: Your Guide to the Skills and Craft' (Macmillan). (Photo by Jordan Ancel)