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Beefsteak Sundays, Chop Daddy's in Culver City, $2 hot cocoa

Bacari PDR & Bacaro L.A. are launching AYCE Sundays with limitless steak, potatoes, beer, wine, sangria & more

Beginning Sunday at Bacari PDR and Jan. 25 at Bacaro L.A., both restaurants will offer a "beefsteak Sundays" dinner special. The special takes place Sundays from 5 to 10 p.m. and includes all-you-can-eat grilled hanger steak, oven-roasted potatoes, onion rings and toasted baguette for $35. Dinner also comes with bottomless house red, white and sparkling wine, house beer and sangria. Bacari PDR, 6805 Vista Del Mar Lane, Playa del Rey, (310) 439-2100, 2308 South Union Ave., Los Angeles, (213) 748-7205,

Chop Daddy's, the Venice spot known for its sandwiches stuffed with smoked BBQ meat and ribs, is opening part of a new location in Culver City on Monday. Before the full, 50-seat restaurant is expected to open in summer, Chop Daddy's will open a lunch window serving a limited menu from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday. 9552 Washington Blvd., Culver City,

The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf is debuting a line of Mexican chocolate drinks Tuesday. To celebrate, guests can order any 12-ounce Mexican hot chocolate for $2 each, from 2 to 6 p.m. The drinks include a Mexican hot chocolate, Mexican chocolate latte and Mexican chocolate ice blended drink. Guests at participating locations will also be able to order churro toast, made with a baked wheat loaf topped with cinnamon and crunchy cinnamon sugar, for $2.50. The toast comes with a side of maple almond butter. To locate the store closest to your area please visit 

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