Meaning your baby backs and Old Fashioneds start at 6:30.
You’re clearly at the Tuck Room Tavern, a whimsical restaurant below iPic from the legendary Sherry Yard, soft-open now and grand-opening tomorrow in Westwood. Cue the slideshow and the menu.
It’s a mix of old-Hollywood glamour and random quirkiness for eating Reuben croquettes over three menus’ worth of cocktails before or after a movie. Or just because you want what Yard’s cooking. Here now: your numerical breakdown...
Number of people who can fit under the patio’s retractable roof: 38
Approximate height of the giant eight ball you’ll roll around that patio: 3.5 feet
Portraits of noble badgers above emerald-green booths: 1
Number of beers on tap: 8
Percentage of said beers that are from California: 100
Number of novels in the book tower painted with dancing bears: roughly 2,000
How often they’ll rotate infusions made in the glass contraption dubbed “The Heisenberg”: daily
Ounces of the ribeye: 12
Distance from the restaurant to Marilyn Monroe’s final burial place: 0.2 miles
Sizes the Norma Jean cocktail comes in: 3
Number of flat-screens showing sports or classic films: 5
Base spirit choices in the build-your-own margarita: 7
Number of drinkers simultaneously served by the silver stag head punchbowl: 24
Likelihood you’ll find room for Yard’s red velvet pavlova: where there’s a will...