This Perk isn’t for just any old champagne. We’re setting you up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2006. It tastes better than you can imagine. Mostly because imagining Dom doesn’t compare to tasting it.
Things to do for July 05, 2017
First, These Burgers. Then, the Beach.
Oh, and Then an Underground Cocktail Cave Far Below DowntownBy Hadley Tomicki
A Different Shade of KTown Barbecue
Boogie McGee’s Bayou Smokehouse just plunked down in Koreatown to smoke Southern Mississippi-style pork and beef ribs, plus brisket and sausages. Presumably so you don’t have to.
Tsubaki’s Been Very, Very Good to Your Weekdays
Tsubaki’s new happy hour includes so much discounted Japanese Dodger-dogging, tonkatsu sandwich-eating, sake-sipping and five-dollar-draft-Asahi-quaffing that they had to go and make it 90 minutes. Otherwise, you wouldn’t have time for the quaffing.
Living With a Band Down by the River
Frog Spot has this insane proposition for you: come hang out in its beer garden over the LA River every Saturday and listen to eclectic live music while the sunlight plays in your hair and you and your friends enjoy some pizza. The nerve of these people.
Wine Bars: Better With Cocktails
You love showing friends D’Vine, Downtown’s incredible-looking underground wine cave. But next time you do it, you’ll settle in to try their new cocktail menu. A couple of Key Lime Jacks later and you’ll be ready for some wine.
Beach-Adjacent Burgers. Can We Twist Your Arm?
Word has it that you’re hitting PCH this weekend in search of an empty beach. Good timing, you. Because now there’s Malibu Burger Co, serving decadently topped burgers with beer and wine, as well as salmon and quinoa burgers. Word has it you will date a vegan if necessary.