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 Barbershop

By Hadley Tomicki

Wednesday
A Hub of Brisket Nachos and Stinging Nettle Pizza
CULVER’S TRAVELS

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.

Thursday
A Shave and a Haircut in a Downtown Landmark
A MORE PERFECT UNION

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.

Friday
Salami Sandwiches and Whiskey. That Works.
IN THE FLEISH

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.

Saturday
These Wearable Things Are Hard to Come By
STOFFA LEGENDS

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.

Mar 18-19, noon-7pm, Stòffa at Magasin, 8810 Washington Blvd, Ste 101, Culver City, appointments at 213-458-8424 or here

Sunday
Have Some Gypsy Jazz With That Drink
ALL THAT JAZZ

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.

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

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