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Things to do for April 12, 2012
Beverly Hills Sushi and a Coachella Spin Class
The weekend wants what it wants.
Sushi Alert: Yojisan Is Open
You thought you’d hit every solid little sushi spot in Beverly Hills. But now there’s a new one. Yojisan, straight from a Drago brother and the chef at SHU, is open and overstuffed with sushi, sake, and red snapper and Asian pear carpaccio. Norwegian pear carpaccio would’ve been weird.
A Half-Dozen Wines at Buzz
If you’re taking part in the Downtown art walk madness tonight, step into Buzz for a breather. And by a breather we mean six wines for $20, all from California. Warning: this may turn your art walk into an art sit.
Hollywood’s New Pop-Up Surf Shop
When you think surfing, you don’t usually think Hollywood. But stop into the new pop-up shop on Cahuenga called Hellawood and you’ll find custom boards and surf-ish clothes from Lightning Bolt and Feal Mor. Perfect for that Johnny Utah look you’re cultivating.
Coachella-Adjacent Partying at Saguaro
If your Coachella crash pad just fell through, fear not: the new Saguaro hotel still has vacancies. And guests get access to the on-site parties—including poolside blowouts DJ’d by the likes of Jason Bentley. Think of it as “Poolside Becomes Eclectic.”
Coachella on Bikes, Sort Of
Or if you’re staying local this weekend, you can still get in your Coachella fix—at spin class. The new WeHo outpost of SoulCycle has a special session on Saturday that includes only songs from bands on the lineup. No, the class is not two weekends long.