Your Perks: 1) A case of six carefully selected incredible red wines from the Columbia Valley. Only the best for you. 2) An aerodynamic, rip-proof and virtually weightless umbrella. 3) A number of vintage-inspired, gallery-worthy, LED-illuminated prints. You’re about to see the light.
Things to do for November 06, 2014
Pumpkin-Latte Burgers, Croquet and Porchetta
All you need is weekend.
Your Show-Cocktail-Pizza Connection
Finally: the Regent opens tomorrow for a Yacht concert. If that’s not your thing, there’s a classic-cocktail kind of bar called the LoveSong opening inside next week. If that’s not your thing, there’s wood-fired pizza at Prufrock opening here next week, too. Basically, everyone will have a thing here.
The laws of autumn require everything to be pumpkin-spiced. Even your burger, we guess. Yeah, here comes Umami’s new pumpkin-spiced-latte burger with kabocha squash, spiced mascarpone cheese and coffee glaze. Doesn’t come in a venti.
Bubbly and Croquet at Barnsdall
When you quietly reflect on it, you’re really not spending enough Sundays playing croquet, eating brunch from Heirloom and drinking champagne flights at Barnsdall Art Park. Quiet croquet reflection is so important.
Eating Your Way Through Silver Lake
Alimento. Black Hogg. El Condor. Pine & Crane. It’s tricky committing to just one Silver Lake spot this weekend. Probably makes sense to eat a little something from all of them (and dozens of other restaurants) at the first Eastside Food Festival. Sound strategy at play here.
Stir Market Is a Porchetta Stronghold
You today: desperately short a location where you can get espresso, porchetta, Sqirl jam,
smoked-salmon BLTs and beer.
You on Tuesday: leisurely enjoying espresso, porchetta, smoked-salmon BLTs and beer at Beverly Boulevard’s new food hall, Stir Market. The jam’s to go.