Chef Feniger has finally applied her talents to that most highbrow of cravings—the street cart. She circled the globe to find inspiration for Malaysian Black Pepper Clams and Lebanese Za'atar Skewers, but you just have to get to Highland.
Things to do for April 02, 2009
Prime Tequila, Street Food and Opening Day
The weekend roots for the weekend.
And as for your next foray into the arts, you've heard stimulating things about this gallery opening—regally presided over by the evening's illustrious host, Dennis "Mr. Belding" Haskins. Expect penetrating insights into such subjects as Steve Urkel, Seinfeld and Freaks and Geeks.
It's only right that a gleaming shrine to classy tequila-soaked cuisine should unveil a proper late-night menu. Slide in before midnight for Huevos Verde and a Mexican Firing Squad—poached eggs, Serrano ham and green salsa make up the former and, yes, tequila anchors the latter.
Digital-only music label Origami has made the counterintuitive decision to open a record shop. But if you go with the flow, you'll find everything discounted by 10 percent on opening day, and a live show from hipster-cult hero Nico Stai.
In celebration of baseball season's first pitch, take her out to the crowds… at BLD, where a Double Dog Plate awaits for $18. Dogs, buns, ketchup, mustard, piccalilli relish and Beer-Battered Onion Rings are all made in-house. If you don't eat it's a shame.