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Gravy Train Poutinerie
What: The new food truck serves up the classic Canadian hangover buster (hand-cut fries, fresh cheese curds, and gravy) along with its American iterations (the Southwest, the Philly).
Why: The greatest Canadian import since Gosling.
When: You want to get fried.
Where: Track down locations on Twitter and Facebook.
What: The folks behind Barbarella and Bugatta bring you classic Neapolitan pies, saucy Italian dishes, and solid dessert offerings.
Why: Wash down dinner with $10 martinis and craft beers.
When: Daily, 4 p.m.-late.
Where: 2611 N. Hyperion Ave., at Evans St., Silver Lake (323-300-5500).
What: Aussie accessories designer Brenda Harvey’s latest collection scores major style points with oversize totes and ladylike chain bags (think Celine with a friendlier price tag).
Why: Hurry to beat the wait list.
When: You get your tax refund.
Where: TenOverSix, 8425 Melrose Ave., at N. Croft Ave., West Hollywood (323-330-9355).
Rachel Pally Sample Sale
What: Stock up on effortless jersey staples from prespring at 55-85 percent off, with pieces from previous seasons for $25-$75.
Why: Your closet could use a spring awakening.
When: Fri.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-4 p.m. (Also Apr. 20 & 21, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Apr. 22, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.)
Where: 2301 E. Seventh St., b/t Santa Fe & Anderson Sts., ste. c100, Downtown (818-512-9575).
Heather Belle Sample Sale
What: Take 30-80 percent off vegan crocodile clutches and leather and canvas styles from past seasons.
Why: It’s your (new) bag, baby.
When: Sat. & Sun., 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Where: 11730 San Vicente Blvd., at Gorham Ave., ste. 201, Brentwood. Cash and checks only.
Photo: Courtesy of Gravy Train Poutinerie