Lasagna. Delicious, but could be more... dessert-y. Case in point: lasagna cupcakes from HeirloomLA—who’ve cooked up some exclusive flavors that we’ll FedEx to you by the dozen. Plus, Fracture is printing your photographic masterworks on glass for a fraction of the price. Even the one with the bearskin rug.
Things to do for March 17, 2011
Sexy Canadians, Cheetos Mac and Cheese, and Breakfast Beer
The weekend is wearing a green fedora.
Cheetos Mac & Cheese and Mc Luvvin’
Cold tapas temple The Blue Piano just introduced hot menu items—so that well-curated vino now pairs nicely with the Chester Cheetah (mac and cheese with Cheetos crust), and a chorizo/ chicharrón/quail egg slider known as the Mc Luvvin’. No word yet on the Jonah Hill hoagie.
Falafel and Pizza, Together at Last
You can always use another midtown pizza spot. Also, solid lamb kabob. And if the two collide on your lunch break, even better. Here you’ll find chewy-crusted pizzas like the Giza (feta, lamb, cumin sauce) and the Masr, topped with falafel and a side of hummus. Rejected name: the Zohan.
You enjoy Canadian accents. And comely DJs. You’ll find both tomorrow night when Ess and Emm celebrate their one-year anniversary of spinning old-school hits at the Wynwood lounge. And for the first hour, “Canadianized” cocktails are on the house. No, they’re not served with hockey pucks.
Cars, lots of expensive, sleek, beautiful cars will be on display this weekend at the Fairchild—vintage Ferraris, souped-up Porsches and Formula 1 speedsters. It’ll be like that time you hung out in Jay Leno’s garage.
Your favorite SoFi microbrew spot is now open seven nights a week (as opposed to just Thursday through Saturday). Which means you have more opportunities to enjoy, say, a Terrapin Wake-n-Bake Coffee Oatmeal Stout. It’s like breakfast in a pint glass.