Things to do for November 30, 2016

Pizza from Brooklyn, Beer from San Diego, Cookies from Everywhere

And Don’t Forget the Silent Disco on Ice

By Hadley Tomicki

Wednesday
Thursday
A Silent Disco on Ice. The Holidays Are Silly.
SKATE EXPECTATIONS

A Silent Disco on Ice. The Holidays Are Silly.

Tomorrow, you’ll have the chance to ice skate while tuned into three channels playing music through your headphones. Yes, it’s Pershing Square’s Silent Night Skate Party. Which is just like a silent disco, only with more frozen water. And more onlookers wondering what the hell is going on.

Saturday
Pizza and Beer: Still Great
TWO FOR THE MONEY

Pizza and Beer: Still Great

Saturday, 12:05pm: You swing by the Culver City pop-up of Brooklyn’s Roberta’s for pizza.
Saturday, 2:17pm: You’ve navigated the Expo Line to Downtown’s new Karl Strauss Brewing Company for a beer with asada fries.
Saturday, 5pm: You’re feeling generally satisfied with yourself and your life.

Sunday
An Evening with the Late, Great Leonard Cohen
HE’S YOUR MAN

An Evening with the Late, Great Leonard Cohen

Revel in the life of the great Leonard Cohen through Sunday’s triple feature of documentaries featuring everyone’s favorite “grocer of despair.” The night starts with films about Cohen’s poetry and 1970 Isle of Wight performance, before ending on another detailing his 1972 European tour. Sniff.

Six Cookies. Six Restaurants. One You.
CRUMB AND CRUMBER

Six Cookies. Six Restaurants. One You.

It’s a vast conspiracy. Pastry chefs at Spago, Broken Spanish, Sotto, MB Post, Rose Cafe and the Bellwether are all making cookies (read: peppermint Oreos and matcha Rice Krispies Treats) for a collective platter that will be sold at each restaurant. Santa’s going to be pumped.

Monday
This Bar Is Kind of a Big Deal
WILL POWER

This Bar Is Kind of a Big Deal

Some enterprising bar owners got the crazy idea that you’d enjoy drinking inside of a Will Ferrell–themed pop-up bar. And that you’d be open to ordering “Shake and Bake” cocktails with friends underneath Mugatu fan art and TVs looping Anchorman. So they’ve gone ahead and made you one of those.

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

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