Thursday is about the over-the-top dinner, so you figure today is all about the over-the-top appetizer—maybe a Ringburner Pizza with pepperoni, jalapenos, black pepper, bell peppers...and hot chili sauce. If the turkey's dry the next day, you might not even taste it.
Things to do for November 26, 2008
Satanic Pizza, Caramel Julips and Megan Fox
The weekend is doing its pre-turkey stretches.
You've spotted go-to lines like Trovata and Corpus at this new Venice shop, and you'll spot some red on
Friday—the fall stock is marked down by up to 50 percent.
411: Nov 28, Milkmade, 1413 Abbot Kinney Blvd (between California and Milwood), Venice, 310-581-8890
Rodan vs Griffith
The store's closing isn't all bad news—it means 85-percent discounts on what's left, and a new concept shop next year.
411: Through Nov 29, Rodan vs Griffith, 8207 W. Third St (between Harper and La Jolla), 323-951-9220
And to celebrate its fifth anniversary, this Third Street shop is giving you up to 60 percent off to help you balance the edgy (Endovanera) with the dapper (Lova).
Art can sometimes be tough to define, but you have no doubt that the ball capping Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak is a deeply moving masterpiece. Finally, a museum in downtown LA that recognizes it.
To wash down the BBQ Pulled Pork Taquitos at this new Downtown hideaway, you could try a Bloody Screwdriver (tomato vodka, basil-infused simple syrup and OJ) or a Caramel Julip (rum, caramel syrup, lime juice, mint leaves). But you'll try both, because you're experimental like that.
In the former home of Temple Bar, you'll soon be seeing acts like Ben Harper and Ziggy Marley on the revamped stage. But more importantly, at Saturday's grand opening, you'll be seeing an open bar...and we hear Megan Fox is on the guest list. Just saying.