Your Perks: 1) A three-course feast with wine at Supperclub and post-dinner cocktails at the Writer’s Room. 2) 29% off a revolutionary phone case that doubles as a helmet-mounted extreme-sports camera. 3) Cocktail mixers for jalapeño margaritas and sriracha Bloody Marys. Required summer drinking.
Things to do for April 18, 2014
Oinkster Burgers, Bill Murray and a K-Town Crawl
The weekend would’ve had Mrs. Doubtfire arrested.
Well, Koreatown Is Sure in Party Mode
So many places to eat, shop and drink in Koreatown. It’d be pretty crazy if they were all found in one place for a couple of nights, serving ramen burgers and pork belly with sausage trucks, Korean pop and carnival games. Well, it’s getting “pretty crazy” this weekend.
A Day of Rare Records at Amoeba
Random-holiday alert: Saturday is Record Store Day. At Amoeba, that means you’ll find limited-edition records by the likes of the Pixies, Nick Cave, the Flaming Lips and LCD Soundsystem for the occasion—along with discounted turntables and live DJ sets. Hope they don’t bring laptops.
And Now, Commissary Caffeinates Sunset
Forget scripts based on board games—it’s coffee and wi-fi that fuels Hollywood. So it makes sense that Coffee Commissary would open at Siren Studios to provide you with a pour-over bar and a patio big enough for you to steer clear of any screenwriters staring ominously at Operation.
A Murray/Ramis Doubleheader
Cut to this lazy Sunday. It’s... April 20. You and your friends just happen to find everything hilarious and wouldn’t mind melting into some chairs for three hours with buckets of popcorn. Fortunately, New Beverly is showing Stripes and Groundhog Day back-to-back. Finally: the true meaning of Easter.
More Oinkster, a Lot Closer
You’ve racked up some miles for the Oinkster’s burgers, sure. But you wouldn’t be opposed to some breaking news about a bigger, more convenient location in Hollywood that happens to offer a fried-chicken sandwich and a Thanksgiving burger if you don’t want your usual. This just in: breaking news...