Things to do for September 07, 2016

A Traveling Bar Lands in Hollywood

Oh, and Tail O’ the Pup Is Back. Good Things.

By Hadley Tomicki

Wish you were weekend.

Wednesday
Thursday
A Pop-Up Bar Made from an Old Elevator
WONDER BAR

A Pop-Up Bar Made from an Old Elevator

Meet the Traveller Bar. It’s a four-seat drinking hub made out of an old elevator car that lands at Loews Hollywood tomorrow. It’ll serve you classics like daiquiris and gin fixes while you thumb through its time-worn cocktail books. In October, it will leave town and forget to write.

LA’s Long-Lost Hot Dog Returns...
OLD DOG, NEW TRICK

LA’s Long-Lost Hot Dog Returns...

You don’t tend to miss oversize hot dogs serving regular-size hot dogs on LA’s streets. But you sure missed Tail O’ the Pup over the years. Well, miss no more. Because starting tomorrow, the iconic stand opens in truck form at Opening Ceremony. Truck form, but still.

Cuban Sandwiches from Some Bestia Vets
WHO’S THE RASA

Cuban Sandwiches from Some Bestia Vets

Tabula Rasa. It means “clean slate.” It also means new bar in Thai Town where two Bestia vets make you Cuban sandwiches to match your beer and wine before you and your friends go to Jumbo’s Clown Room. That’s, like... the real meaning.

Saturday
Happy Hour in the Afternoon. Happy Hour at Night.
THE PURSUIT OF HAPPY HOUR

Happy Hour in the Afternoon. Happy Hour at Night.

Paley is now offering you half off your wine, drafts and cocktails every afternoon during the weekdays. Then, on the weekends, it’s flipping things and offering the same deals late at night. Things are all right in the upside down.

Mon-Fri, 2:30-7pm; Fri-Sat, 10:30pm-close; Paley, 6115 Sunset Blvd, Ste 100, Hollywood, 323-544-9430

Monday
Tequila, Crudo and a New Alfred Coffee
CHANGE REACTION

Tequila, Crudo and a New Alfred Coffee

LA is changing so much these days. For example, today, Luna Park turns into Pata Salada, where you’ll have Mexican crudos and steamed mussels with fine tequila. And in the Valley, Studio City now has its own Alfred Coffee. You can’t fight change.

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

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