Your Perks: 1) Tailored button-ups crafted from extremely soft Egyptian cotton. For your dressing pleasure. 2) Drones outfitted with HD live streaming video. You could have some fun with that. 3) Comfortable texting gloves that allow you to use your whole hand. Not just fingertips.
Things to do for October 28, 2015
Thriller, Chocolate Beer and a Michelada-Dispensing Volkswagen
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the weekend...
Pok Pok. Udon. Go.
As of today, you’ll find Pok Pok’s Chinatown clone open for super-famous Thai wings, drinking vinegars and green papaya salad. Or you can eschew super-famous Thai for Tokyo’s Musashiya, now hand-making udon daily at a new Westwood location. They’re super-famous, too... in Japan.
You’ve Never Tried These Beers
New Beer Alert: On Friday, ChocoVivo’s tapping kegs of their yet-to-be-released oatmeal and mocha stouts, both of which contain pure cacao. Samples will be given until they run dry. Then Saturday, Dry River Brewing debuts three of its first beers at Osso. One’s called Copper Witch. Timely.
Five Fancy Courses of Doom
Fun-size Snickers? Sure. That’s good. A five-course prix fixe menu at Mélisse with dishes like Eyeball Monkfish, Ribs and Bones, and a Bleeding Brain Sundae? Yep. Better.
Little Thriller-Themed Party Here
You know the song. You know the dance. Now, it’s time to live out your Thriller fantasies at E.P. & L.P. The rooftop will turn into a graveyard. Frankie’s Private Bar will become a haunted house. You’ll dress the part. So if you’ve ever wanted to embrace red leather...
Your Morning-After Brunch Scheme
Sunday. Your head hurts. Your group has somehow acquired one Leto-style Joker, a slave Leia and five Donald Trumps. Better take everyone to Sadie, where Golden Box’s Jeremy Fall holds Sunday brunch with a michelada-dispensing Volkswagen, a draft cocktail cart, DJs and breakfast tacos. It’s the only way out of this mess.