Your Perks: 1) Blazers, button-ups, ties and other things you’ll use to keep you handsomely warm in winter. 2) A bottle of Krug Grande Cuvée and a couple glasses. Can’t have one without the other. 3) If these watches make you jealous, that’s completely natural.
Things to do for January 06, 2016
Lemmy, Lattes and Seaworthy Duffels
Weekends keep falling on your head.
It’s Coffee Weather. Here’s Coffee.
It’s cold. It’s wet. It’s looking like a pretty decent time to hunker down with some espresso and get a little work done. And now you have Chicago’s Bow Truss Coffee Roasters in Beverly Hills. And they know coffee. And presumably about inclement weather. You’ll still need to know your work, though.
The Mondrian’s Got a New Restaurant
New year, new restaurant at the Mondrian. It’s called Ivory on Sunset, and it’s where you’ll find Brian Malarkey’s lobster flatbreads, stone crab and crispy branzino out on that beautiful patio. You won’t even have to look hard.
It’s Like It Never Closed
The last six months have been cruel to you, what with the glaring absence of Tar & Roses’ bacon popcorn and oxtail dumplings. It’s okay, though, because it’s about to reopen Friday following its June fire like nothing ever happened. You just took a short oxtail dumpling break, is all.
A Sunset Memorial of the Highest Order
It’ll take more than one legendary Sunset Strip bar to properly honor Motörhead’s late Lemmy Kilmister. So the Rainbow’s throwing a massive memorial for their hardest-rocking regular on Saturday, with spots like the Whiskey and Roxy handling overflow for a day of imbibery, loud music and stories. Good start.
Your Boating Ensemble. Found It.
Carlton Drew remains a solid option for anchor tie bars and tough canvas duffels that look great on the high seas. Only now, you’ll find them in a new 3rd Street space. Perfect. Especially if drinking Son of a Gun daiquiris is as close to the sea as you’ll be.