Your Perks: 1) Autographed guitars. Think of a rock star and they probably signed one. 2) Socks in all kinds of colors. Just maybe not burnt sienna. 3) Boxes filled with all the ingredients you need to cook a homemade meal. Impressing dates doesn’t have to be hard.
Things to do for January 13, 2016
Roy Choi’s Latest, 24-Karat DeLoreans and Brisket
The weekend who sold the world.
Found a Bunch of Gratis Cocktails for You
Today on This Really Works Out Because You Enjoy Libations, we explore Hooch, a new app that grants you one gratis cocktail per day at places like Barrel Room, Golden Gopher and Belmont for about $10 a month. This has been This Really Works Out Because You Enjoy Libations.
Gaining Access to the Petersen’s Secret Stash
Wait. What’s that? Beneath the Petersen. It’s... more cars. You can tour the museum’s vault now, which includes 125 more historic and rare rides. You’ll see things like a 24-karat-gold DeLorean and Steve McQueen’s Hudson Wasp. Then you’ll want them. It’s just the way the world works.
New Burgers. New Ribs. Same You.
Hey, look at that. Two new places to eat food.
First: Just off PCH, there’s Malibu’s Tavern 1 with things like brisket, ribs and hot link burgers.
Then: There’s Little Tart, replacing Saint Martha with lamb and eggs, fried chicken and bacon burgers.
2016’s porky-burger trend is officially official.
El Chavo, Born Again
Last time you went to El Chavo, it wasn’t a major mezcal-and-seafood scene from Scarpetta’s old chef featuring a raw bar, crispy pig ears and bluefin tostadas. That’s more like the next time you go to El Chavo.
Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson Unite
Roy Choi and San Francisco chef Daniel Patterson will finally unveil LocoL this Monday in Watts. It’s a fast-casual spot with stuff like burgers and fried-chicken sandwiches made with ingredients you can actually pronounce. You know, like “beef.” And “chicken.”