Things to do for February 26, 2015

The Weekender

Sushi, Airplane and Rare Beer

Stop calling the weekend Shirley.

Two New Spots. Burrata Sushi. Steak.

Two New Spots. Burrata Sushi. Steak.

In Silver Lake: Yakuza Sushi is now open to serve you burrata-laced ahi in a small house of warm woods. You see, it’s a sushi place.
In Hermosa Beach: Steak & Whisky is now offering you whiskey lockers and Wagyu steaks. You see, it’s... okay, fine, you know everything.

Yakuza Sushi, 1700 Silver Lake Blvd, Silver Lake, 323-741-8282; Steak & Whisky, 117 Pier Ave, Hermosa Beach, 310-318-5555

A Chance Encounter with a Rare IPA

A Chance Encounter with a Rare IPA

Drake’s Brewing is taking over the taps at Sixth Street Tavern tonight. They’re bringing one of the 10 Southern California kegs of their seasonal Hopocalypse Black Label triple IPA. Don’t make them drink it alone.

Mayor Garcetti and Airplane

Mayor Garcetti and <em>Airplane</em>

Eric Garcetti wants you to join him in Downtown for a screening of one of his favorite movies, Airplane. When it’s finished, he’ll sit down with a moderator to discuss its greatness. It’s all part of 2015’s Great Spoof Initiative.

Roaming 3rd Street for Your Pants

Roaming 3rd Street for Your Pants

Rain. Wind. Hard dressing around here. Better hit West 3rd between Fairfax and La Cienega this weekend for the sidewalk sale giving you 30% to 90% off shirts, pants and shorts from places like Shelter Half, Wittmore and Douglas Fir. Watch out for the rain and wind.

Korean Pancakes. Not-Korean Carnitas.

Korean Pancakes. Not-Korean Carnitas.

And speaking of rain, you may not want to hit the actual beach this weekend, but a little mysterious wet stuff shouldn’t stop you from visiting former Wilshire chef Nyesha Arrington at the beachside Canali Café—she’s bringing carnitas chilaquiles, Korean pancakes and avocado-and-bacon benedict. And micheladas.

Mar 1, 10am-3:30pm, Beach Bash Pop Up Brunch at Canali Café, 123 Washington Blvd, Marina del Rey, reserve at 310-822-5379

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