Things to do for August 27, 2015

The Weekender

Nicolas Cage, Reservoir Dogs and Ribs

Sweet weekends are made of this.

Thursday
Hollywood Finally Gets a Sugarfish
FISH STORY

Hollywood Finally Gets a Sugarfish

Sugarfish opens at Sunset and Gower today. So your pre-ArcLight/post-Amoeba hunger pangs will meet a slow fade over pristine sashimi and blue crab rolls. Hopefully Hollywood takes to this whole sushi thing.

Now open, Sugarfish, 6115 W Sunset Blvd, #170, Hollywood, 323-320-4800

Friday
Party with Fake Nic Cage
NICKY AND THE FLASH

Party with Fake Nic Cage

Imagine Nicolas Cage inviting you and his famous friends over for a barbecue at his place, where everyone swaps stories and exposes their massive celebrity egos. Live the fantasy at a UCB show based on that. Unless you’re going to a real Hollywood barbecue like that.

Saturday
Churro Waffles, Oh Yeah
TRUTH OR MADERA

Churro Waffles, Oh Yeah

Brunch. You eat it. And now Toca Madera has it. If that wasn’t amazing enough, brunch at Toca Madera involves chipotle chicken and churro waffles, and cocktails with Stumptown cold brew and vanilla tequila. So now you eat brunch at Toca Madera. The circle is complete.

Sat-Sun, 10am-3pm, Toca Madera, 8450 W 3rd St, West Hollywood, 323-852-9400

Tarantino’s First, at the Autry
NOT ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN

Tarantino’s First, at the Autry

Reservoir Dogs. It’s a buddy movie about a bunch of industrious sharp-dressers who hatch a scheme to get rich quick. Then hilarity ensues. It’ll be great on the Autry’s big screen on Saturday. Also, everyone dies at the end.

Sunday
Dinosaur Ribs. Not Real Dinosaur.
MESS AMERICA

Dinosaur Ribs. Not Real Dinosaur.

Sunday afternoon. You could do a little grilling with friends. Or just head to Messhall, where they’ll close out summer by smoking sausages, ribs, salmon and dinosaur beef ribs. You can eat it there or take it all home. Wherever there’s better bourbon.

Sundays through Sep 27, Messhall Kitchen, 4500 Los Feliz Blvd, Los Feliz, 323-660-6377

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