Things to do for March 27, 2014

The Weekender

Tarantino Soundtracks, Sausage and Jeans

Weekends, come out to play-i-ay.

Thursday
A Night+Market Sequel
MARKET CORRECTION

A Night+Market Sequel

Your post-Dodgers-game dinners will be a bit different this season. Instead of searching Sunset for tacos, you’re heading straight to Night+Market’s bright-pink new Silver Lake branch. They’ll have things like pork larb, Thai sausages and fried pig tails. Three of the few acceptable taco substitutes.

A Musical Tarantino Tribute
WITH PULP

A Musical Tarantino Tribute

In between all the spurting blood and shots of Uma Thurman’s feet, you may have noticed that Quentin Tarantino has a way with soundtracks. Well, tonight, For the Record will pay musical tribute to the director’s movies at their new home inside DBA. No word on if the milkshakes will be $5.

Friday
Denim, Drinks and a Shave
I DREAM OF JEANS

Denim, Drinks and a Shave

Basements. Best known for spiders, junk and boogeymen. Unless you’re talking about the one at Saks. That’s now a shiny space full of jeans by the likes of Diesel, Nudie and Rag & Bone. Plus a cocktail bar, barbershop and pool table. So just the bare essentials.

Now open, D-Bar at Saks Fifth Avenue, 9634 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, 310-275-4211

Saturday
Michael Mina Hits Americana
TEAM AMERICANA

Michael Mina Hits Americana

Michael Mina just opened Bourbon Steak at Glendale’s Americana at Brand. So we could tell you all about his duck spring rolls, tableside cocktail cart and wood-fired Wagyu strip loins. But it’s really more of a “you have to be there” situation.

Now open, Bourbon Steak, 237 S Brand Blvd, Glendale, 818-839-4130

Monday
LACMA Honors Mike Kelley
MAGIC MIKE

LACMA Honors Mike Kelley

The art world calls him a groundbreaking legend in found-object art. But you know Mike Kelley as the guy who does the thing with the stuffed animals and the Sonic Youth album covers. Either way, massive Mike Kelley retrospective starting Monday at MOCA. Gentlemen, start your art dates.

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