This is part of a collection of vacuum-sealed, double-walled, stainless steel travel bottles designed to keep things like beer (or wine) fresh and frosty while you move about your weekend. This is also the new object of your affection.
Things to do for June 15, 2016
Designer Mini-Golf, Dollar Oysters and Beer for Dad’s Feet
<em>Curb Your Weekend</em>
You’ll Not Refuse More Hand Rolls and Umami Burgers
Naturally, you can expect a few sequels this summer. Like the new Westwood location of hand roll specialist KazuNori. And the premiere of Santa Monica’s new Umami Burger on Monday with cocktails, Japanese looks and an original menu. And Finding Dory. That looks good.
Today in Friday-Specific Happy Hours...
Friday. Work is terminated. You’re quite happy it’s Friday. Then you meet up with whoever at Ocean Prime to take advantage of $1 oysters and $10 champagne and rosé because that’s their new Friday happy hour thing. You actually don’t seem like the type who needs advice about Fridays.
You Can’t Say They’re Not Committed to Accessories
Near panic sets in. Your Q Sushi–going ensemble is absent the splash of color only a pocket square or pair of polka-dot socks can provide. Hush now. Pocket Square Clothing is there in Downtown and it carries these things. You will live to raise another sake cup.
Miniature Golf You Can Totally Relate To
Miniature golf is fun. But you require challenges beyond tiny windmills. Which works out, because a motley squad of architects just created Turf: A Mini-Golf Project, a nine-hole course with obstacles riffing on local problems like traffic and the drought. Fun. We think.
Beer for Dad’s Feet. And Face.
Send Dad to Mr. C this Sunday, where you can book him a hot foot bath infused with Italian beer, which comes with a pedicure, a manicure, a scalp massage, a facial, a steam bath and yet another beer. That second beer is for his mouth.