Your Perks: 1) Vintage Rolexes modified to be all black. Which is always in. 2) A foldable bike that collapses in about 10 seconds. Making it even more portable. 3) Sustainably sourced Italian caviar. Good for any occasion that calls for caviar. And even some that don’t.
Things to do for November 04, 2015
All-Jerky Everything and Korean BBQ on Gold Grills
Weekend, not stirred.
Your Smoked Bird: Secured
This month, Maple Block Meat Co. will wood-smoke a bunch of whole turkeys. You just need to order your bird before the 11th. Then pick it up on the 26th, appear at Thanksgiving, place it gingerly upon the table and drop the most mic-shaped object within your reach.
You Can Maybe Dress for Fall Now
Wow. It wasn’t 7,000 degrees out all week. Must mean that fall still exists. Good timing, since Downtown’s Dyer & Jenkins is popping up in Silver Lake with new sweatshirts, jeans and jackets. Plus, they’ll give you tacos and beer. Those don’t have seasons.
Hollywood’s Putting On a Show... or 100
Hollywood. It knows a little something about arts and music. See for yourself at this weekend’s Only in Hollywood festival. It’s four days of stuff like a rooftop screening of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, art gallery pop-ups, Egyptian Lover DJing at Amoeba and Second City comedy shows. Stuff just like that.
Korean BBQ, Chris Oh’s Way
Remarkable Korean BBQ on the Westside. Don’t laugh. That actually exists now at Hanjip, where Escala’s Chris Oh throws 30-day-aged tomahawks with foie gras butter, rare Moroccan prawns and prime ribeye on your table’s gold grill. Of course Westside Korean barbecue has gold grills.
An All-Jerky Menu. Drinks, Too.
Beef jerky is all too often a gas station afterthought. Too seldom the basis of three-course West Hollywood menus. This changes Monday, when the Church Key employs Three Jerks filet mignon jerky in drinks and dishes like sliders and donuts during happy hour. Tastes like progress. And beef jerky.