Perks is hooking you up with an exclusive two-hour feast of unlimited meat skewers and craft beer at Hollywood’s teeming Thai gastropub, Soi 56. Plus, we’ve got UD-exclusive offerings at the all-suite-wonderlands known as The Venetian and The Palazzo. You’re overdue for a Vegas vacation.
Things to do for March 31, 2011
50-Cent Martinis, Baseball and Rooftop Brunch
The weekend strikes 12.
Introducing the Doyer Dog
So Dodger season kicks off today and your Dodger Dog could use an upgrade. Introducing the Doyer Dog, a spicier take that’s topped with chilies, nacho cheese, onions and jalapeños. Don’t worry, the classic version is still available, too—so consider this the relief pitcher of hot dogs.
50-Cent Martinis at the Beverly Wilshire
To celebrate 50 years of Beverly Hills residency, the Beverly Wilshire would like to pour you a 50-cent martini inside The Blvd restaurant—but only for 19 minutes and 61 seconds each night starting at midnight. It’s perfect for your nightcap with 50 Cent.
Free Pie. Yes, Free Pie.
Finally, your favorite sandwich-and-pie stop is launching dinner service. For the whole month of April, you’ll follow your Steak and Lager Pot Pie with a gratis individual pie for dessert. (Depends on the day, but could be apple, Orange Creamsicle or Salted Caramel.) Nothing goes with pie like pie.
Oak Fire Pizza 2.0 Is Here
Next time you find yourself in Sherman Oaks, you’ll probably need pizza and beer. Good news: there’s now a second location of La Cienega’s pub-style pizza joint Oak Fire, and this one has Smoked Brisket Enchiladas. As for why you’re in Sherman Oaks—we’re not here to ask questions.
Bottomless Brunching over Santa Monica
First step: head to this Santa Monica rooftop. You’ll get your table at Zengo for two hours, and you’ll have bottomless Bacon Bloody Marys and endless small plates of Banh Mi Sliders and Peking Duck Hash until the clock runs out. Consider this your starting pistol.