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Things to do for March 29, 2012
Pisco Sours, Malibu Denim and Val Kilmer in a Cemetery
Bartender, a round of your finest weekend.
Goodbye, Angel’s. Hello, Charleston.
It’s midnight. You’ve already experienced a heady blur of pisco sours, beaded chandeliers and the occasional piano-adjacent chanteuse—what you need now is a bacon, egg and cheese flatbread. If you’re at home, hope you’re stocked up on flatbread. If you’re at the Charleston, the new spot replacing Angel’s, you’re covered.
You, Val Kilmer and a Cemetery
On Friday night in Hollywood, you might find yourself at a bar, drinking a drink. Or you might find yourself at a cemetery, checking out Val Kilmer doing a one-man show in character as Mark Twain. It’s Hollywood. These things happen.
Tipsy High Tea on the Strip
The Sunset Strip isn’t exactly the place for high tea. Correction: wasn’t. Afternoons at the RH now mean a spread of tea, cocktails and a tower of smoked salmon sandwiches, cookies, muffins and chocolate truffles. You needed something to do before happy hour.
Introducing the Earnest Sewn Outpost
Inside Malibu’s Earnest Sewn shop, you’ll find... jeans. As per usual. But also: the Earnest Sewn Outpost, a new pop-up open throughout the summer to off-load old stuff on the cheap. Including... jeans. But the jeans in the Outpost are priced at $99, to help you keep your bearings.
Two Chefs, a Pig and Some Beer
Sunday afternoon, you’re generally feeling charitable. How to act upon this noble urge: 4pm beers at Urbano. The chef’s bringing over his friend from the Wood and Vine kitchen, and together they’ll feed you five courses from a whole pig, with paired beers, and all proceeds go to Alex’s Lemonade Stand.