Things to do for July 10, 2008

The Weekender

The Weekend Starts Here

The weekend is nicely bronzed.

Thursday
Rooftop Pool Deck at The London
THURSDAY UPWARDLY MOBILE

Rooftop Pool Deck at The London

Now that its Gordon Ramsay restaurant is settled in after opening night, time has come for the hotel's next unveiling—a stunner of a rooftop pool deck. Expect foot-activated showers, stocked cabanas and Prawn and Avocado Wraps from the eternally belligerent man downstairs.

411: Now open for hotel guests, The London West Hollywood, 1020 San Vicente Blvd (S. of Sunset), West Hollywood, 866-282-4560

Thursday
sugarFISH Gets Liquored
THURSDAY CHOPSTICKS

sugarFISH Gets Liquored

Sure, sushi legend Kazunori Nozawa's latest restaurant technically opened a few weeks back, but in your mind nothing is official until beer and sake can be served. Well...kanpai.

411: sugarFISH, 4722 1/4 Admiralty Way (between Mindanao and Fiji), Marina Del Rey, 310-306-6300

Friday
Summertime Happy Hour at Argyle Spa
FRIDAY KNEADS

Summertime Happy Hour at Argyle Spa

Even the most time-honored tradition (that would be happy hour) can use reinventing. Here it's custom rubdowns instead of drinks—60 minutes are $90 instead of $120, and 90 minutes are $120 instead of $170. Now, about that drink…

411: Happy hour Tue-Fri, 9am-5pm through Aug 31, Argyle Salon & Spa in the Sunset Tower Hotel, 8358 Sunset Blvd (W. of Sweetzer), West Hollywood, 310-623-9000

Monday
Theodore Beverly Hills Re-Opens
MONDAY DEBUT

Theodore Beverly Hills Re-Opens

After a big move and some final retooling, the larger new shop officially re-emerges Monday with clothes from Rag and Bone and Alexander McQueen—more suited to the Endeavor agents across the street than the Rodeo Drive tourists swarming the former location.

411: Theodore Beverly Hills, 336 N. Camden Drive (N. of Wilshire), Beverly Hills, 310-276-0663

Tuesday
Winemaker's Dinner at The Hall
TUESDAY TOAST

Winemaker's Dinner at The Hall

Still a prime under-the-radar spot to wine her and dine her, The Hall is making the "wine her" part easier with a new monthly series of paired tasting dinners. Up first, a five-course feast of halibut and duck confit—so the "dine her" part isn't so bad either.

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