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Things to do for March 15, 2017
Brisket on Nachos. Brisket in Your Grilled Cheese. Brisket Everywhere.
There’s Also the Matter of Union Station’s 1930s BarbershopBy Hadley Tomicki
A Hub of Brisket Nachos and Stinging Nettle Pizza
Culver City. A land where Maple Block launches a weekday happy hour to place smoked brisket upon your nachos and inside of your grilled cheese. A land where newly James Beard–recognized Lodge Bread reopens with stinging nettle pizza and Allagash cocktails. ’Tis truly a blessed land.
A Shave and a Haircut in a Downtown Landmark
We need to talk about your hair. Specifically, how you can get it cut or enjoy a shave for $25 in Union Station’s pop-up, 1930s-inspired barbershop while having a drink from Traxx. All proceeds are going to Heifer International. Also, nice hair.
Salami Sandwiches and Whiskey. That Works.
A few facts about Fleishik’s:
—It’s open now, over by the Grove.
—It has sandwiches from Eric Greenspan filled with the likes of grilled salami and brisket.
—It’s 100% kosher.
—It has whiskey.
—It’s not the Stephen King clown.
These Wearable Things Are Hard to Come By
You have a limited amount of time left to wear jackets and coats. And a comparably limited amount of time to browse Stòffa’s dashing assortment of coats, hats and pants at Magasin, where they’ll be assembled for a two-day trunk show. Though there’s always next year.
Have Some Gypsy Jazz With That Drink
Elysian just launched its monthly “Hear Sunday,” all so you can hang out over snap-pea-infused white whiskey drinks and catch bands like Trio Dinicu. They’re playing this week, including a gypsy jazz guitarist, a distinguished concert violinist and a balalaika virtuoso. Everyone’s a balalaika virtuoso these days.