Things to do for July 27, 2016

Something’s Not Right at LACMA...

A Beachside Pool, Porchetta Sandwiches and LACMA’s Scary New Guest

By Hadley Tomicki

Shake, rattle and weekend.

Wednesday
Thursday
Behold: A More Ramen-y Abbot Kinney
PLANT ONE ON

Behold: A More Ramen-y Abbot Kinney

In the days to come, Venice’s Plant Food + Wine will suddenly feel a lot more like Arata, chef Matthew Kenney’s Asian-inspired place in Maine. See, it’s having a little pop-up featuring smoked mushroom buns, ramen and scallion pancakes. What with its whole life ahead of it and everything.

Saturday
Lobster Benedicts and Porchetta Grinders. In That Order.
GEORGIE ON YOUR MIND

Lobster Benedicts and Porchetta Grinders. In That Order.

Read this if you’d like to know how Georgie is now serving breakfast and lunch in Beverly Hills. Then you’ll be informed about important things like its lobster benedicts in the mornings and its porchetta-and-egg grinders in the middle of the day. Look, you’re already done.

Daily, breakfast 7-11am, lunch 11am-3pm, Georgie, 225 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, 310-860-7970, see the menu

Sunday
Your New Venetian Digs
KINNEY DIP

Your New Venetian Digs

Things you’ll do at Venice’s new hotel, the Kinney:

—Listen to LPs in the lobby.
—Alternate from pool to hot tub.
—Bike to the beach.
—Store a bottle of something at the bar.
—Visit your room.
—Visit other rooms.

Just saying.

Now open, The Kinney, 737 W Washington Blvd, Venice, 310-821-4455

Everything’s Coming Up Maryland Crabs
INTO THE BLUE

Everything’s Coming Up Maryland Crabs

On Sunday, Maple Block Meat Co. will be full of smoked meats and Maryland blue crabs for the Voltaggio-brothers-hosted Crab Cake LA. That same day, Hungry Cat Hollywood is bringing back its own Crabfest with five courses of Maryland blue crabs. Basically, we need to get our own crabs.

Monday
Guillermo del Toro and His Weird Stuff
TORO, TORO

Guillermo del Toro and His Weird Stuff

Monday is opening day for LACMA’s big retrospective on Pan’s Labyrinth filmmaker Guillermo del Toro. It’s a themed journey through his diabolical mind, covering such subjects as monsters, death and the afterlife. Apparently no one let him know it’s summer.

Hadley Tomicki lives in Los Angeles. He is probably going nowhere on the 10 Freeway this very second.

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