Things to do for June 28, 2012

The Weekender

Your Weekend: Pizza, Beer and Dawson’s Creek...

On the boats and on the planes, they’re coming to... the weekend.

Some Rock Stars at a Store

Some Rock Stars at a Store

Stop into Confederacy tonight, and you’ll see... clothes. Also a big art party. Think 40 rare shots of Bowie, Sid Vicious and Rolling Stones. And Danny Masterson as a DJ, but that part’s in real life. You just have to be among the first 50 to RSVP with “UD” in the subject line, pretty much right now.

A 30-Course Foie Gras Finale

A 30-Course Foie Gras Finale

You might’ve heard—come June’s end, foie gras gets full-on illegal in California. If you’re in the mood for an extravagant farewell, the esteemed chef over at the Royce is whipping up 30 variations over the final three days, prepared with everything from rhubarb to pigeon to pig’s feet. Thirty is the new 20.

Jun 28-30, $20 and up (three-item minimum order), The Royce at The Langham, 1401 S Oak Knoll Ave, Pasadena, 626-585-6410

A Fourth of July BBQ, Without the Work

A Fourth of July BBQ, Without the Work

There’s something nice about getting everybody together around the Fourth for a barbecue. There’s something even nicer about letting Street do all the work. Call them up and book a “Backyard Barbecue” to-go package, with everything from Jamaican gingerbrew chicken and sliders to a Burmese melon salad. That classic all-American staple.

Available through Jul 4, $25/person ($100 minimum), Street, 742 N Highland Ave, Hollywood, 323-203-0500

Some New Beer with ’90s TV Cred

Some New Beer with ’90s TV Cred

If you still feel like your barbecue is missing something, it’s probably beer from a Dawson’s Creek star. Kerr Smith is one half of Venice Beach Beer Company, and their admirable goal is to off-load their new brews (an amber ale and a white Belgian) to the neighborhood. You’re already stocked on Melrose Place beer.

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