Plus, the latest on what's open in L.A. right now and a free Halloween drive-through experience is coming
Time Out #6 | Monday 7 September, 2020
A free Nightmare Before Christmas drive-through is coming to L.A.
Freeform’s Insta-friendly Halloween House won’t let social distancing stop it, so for this third annual iteration it’s returning in a safer, more car-friendly format. This October you’ll be able to drive through tricks and treats, games and performances inspired by The Nightmare Before Christmas, Hocus Pocus and Ghostbusters. It’s entirely free, and tickets are available this weekend.
What to do this week
Mon, Thu–Sun 9:30am–5:30pm Malibu Bike Tours
Pedal your way past vineyards and toward mountain backdrops during this bike tour and wine tasting at Saddlerock Ranch. (Don’t worry: You’ll do all of the pedaling first, followed by the wine flight.)
The best of the rest:
Thu–Sat at 7:30, 9pm; Sun at 6, 7:30pm Lauded outfit L.A. Dance Project is premiering two pieces choreographed during lockdown with a series of drive-in performances outside of its Downtown studio.

Fri–Sun at 8pm Catch screenings of Bridesmaids, Jurassic Park and Purple Rain as Street Food Cinema continues its Simi Valley pop-up drive-in.

Fri–Sun 11am–6pm See L.A. as it looked over a century ago with a self-guided tour around the grounds of Heritage Square Museum, a collection of beautiful Victorian-era houses from L.A.’s past.
What’s new in food?
Felix’s Evan Funke opened a Rome-inspired pizzeria in a dreamy Hollywood alley
Just the thought of being able to get L.A.’s best bowl of pasta east of Venice was enough to pique our interest. But then we set our eyes on this gorgeous patio, and we’ve been obsessively refreshing the reservation page ever since. With Fingers Crossed, chef Evan Funke has brought Roman-style crisp-crusted pizzas to Hollywood for a limited run along with some favorites from his superb pasta spot Felix. Plus, a portion of profits will support local restaurant and social justice initiatives.
Here’s what’s open in L.A. right now
Confused by California’s new four-tier reopening plan and what it actually means for L.A.? We’ve updated our list of every sector that’s open now, plus which state-approved ones the county has decided to keep shut for now (and a little bit of optimism as we look ahead to what else could reopen soon).
The 12 most unique Airbnbs in L.A. that you can rent
When we say unique, we’re not talking a run-of-the-mill Airstream or rustic cabin. These unique Airbnbs truly offer only-in-L.A. kinds of experiences, be it a stay in a caboose at a metalworking studio, a hobbit hole by the ocean, a hilltop mansion only accessible by tram or an honest-to-goodness castle in the canyons.
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We don’t know who needs to hear this but...
Triple digit temperatures for the last long weekend of the summer? Thanks 2020.
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