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Things to do for November 14, 2013
Downtown Sushi, Warhol and Beachside Dining
Don’t hate the weekend because it’s beautiful.
41 Ocean: The Sequel
Look outside. Great weather for beachside oysters and dry-aged steak from a BOA vet. 41 Ocean’s new restaurant has all this—and unlike the private club beyond, this restaurant’s open to everyone. Except when it’s closed.
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TO THE BONE
Rag & Bone Comes to Brentwood
Just in time for LA’s chilly season (note: let’s pretend that exists), Rag & Bone’s new Brentwood store has all the necessary denim, cashmere and leather to combat that light breeze that’ll hit you when you end up on some Downtown rooftop, Hennessy Black in hand. You’re feeling warmer already.
20 Courses of Purist Sushi
You go to an attractive little Downtown cove slung with glowing orbs. You are forced to eat 20 courses of San Diego uni and kinki (yes, that’s a fish) on unsweetened rice from a Tokyo chef, because it’s an omakase-only place. You... feel pretty okay about all that.
Beer and Tacos at Garrett Leight
Tacos and icy Dutch beer. Crazy geometric Tofer Chin paintings. A DJ named Heidi. Yes, you are at a party in a Venice eyewear store. Garrett Leight’s Abbot Kinney shop is having a birthday, and you’re invited. Even if your vision’s 20/20.
Five Hours of Watching a Man Sleep
Saturday at midnight, you definitely won’t be sleeping yet. So you should probably be watching Andy Warhol’s five-hour movie about... watching some guy sleeping. It’s supposedly way better than the book.
Ricardo Zarate Hits Santa Barbara
Sure, Santa Barbara has beautiful beaches and scenic hills, but you’ve noticed a distinct lack of wood-fired burrata pizzas with Peruvian huacatay pesto. And you could really use some more mezcal Old Fashioneds. Hey, thanks, Ricardo Zarate (yes, the Mo-Chica/Picca chef), for handling that.