Eva’s wildly popular all-you-can-eat fried chicken keg party is back—for one night only, exclusively for Perks. (Our first seating sold out in a hurry, so we’ve added a second.) Plus, we’re setting you up with the fitness tracking device Fitbit. You might not want to use it at Eva.
Things to do for January 13, 2011
Body Painting, Duck Sausage and ’70s Lingerie
The weekend is nominated in every category.
Since opening, Barbrix has birthed some pretty great things for your plate. The latest: some guys from the kitchen have opened their own sausage shop, filled with exotic meats like duck, boar and venison. Everything you need for your 70-degree winter barbecue.
A New Trove of Vintage Lingerie
Many a Jolie and Johansson have found a vintage red-carpet gown at The Way We Wore. And now the shop just got their biggest-ever shipment of never-worn lingerie from the ’70s and ’80s, with more than 1,000 unmentionables from Pucci, Dior and Givenchy. No word on bell-bottom boxer shorts.
You’re widely known as a patron of the arts. So your presence is more or less required tonight at Voyeur, where you’ll see two scantily clad vessels of art―namely, the lithe girls who work there―rolling around on a canvas to create a visual masterpiece. Also: open bar for the first two hours.
Grilled Cheese Night at the Mercantile
Lately, your Saturday nights have had a distinct lack of grilled cheese. Here to help: The Mercantile, offering you weekly changing specials like the Twice-Baked Panini, stuffed with mashed potato, cheddar, chives and bacon. Which also takes care of your Saturday mashed-potato deficiency.
At the back of a new concrete fitness hideaway on La Brea, there’s a row of futuristic stationary bikes that lean and turn―just like real bikes. If you’re wondering why, your answer will be found after class in your intensely burning abs.