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Things to do for October 11, 2017
This? It's a Private Party in Hell, Is All.
But We'll Throw in Some Eggs Benedict Sopes and Coffee Butter to Round Things Out a BitBy Hadley Tomicki
Here We Have a Fantastic, Somewhat Evil Party
Things you'll find at Night of 1,000 Devils:
1) A private location.
2) Dark burlesque.
3) Black formalwear.
4) DJs, performances and cocktails.
5) Vintage and surreal Halloween vibes.
6) Demonic party guests who are secretly part of a sinister narrative.
Damn. There had to be a sinister narrative.
One-of-a-Kind Clothes for One-of-a-Kind You
The style vets behind Atelier & Repairs make eye-grabbing, durable clothing using leftover and deadstock materials that typically go to waste. This Friday, you can get more familiar at the trunk show its holding at Culver City's Magasin. Sorry if we just ruined the twist there.
A Tale of Eggs Benedict Sopes and Coffee Butter
Saturday morning: You hit Verlaine's new brunch, fill up on chilaquiles with burrata, eggs
benedict sopes and micheladas.
Sunday morning: You're back at it, sharing bloody marys and pancakes with pistachios and coffee butter at Neighbor's new weekend brunch on Abbot Kinney.
Monday morning: Ugh.
Oysters, Lobster and Ceviche, Just So Close to the Source
Catch a cluster of seafood-prone restaurants like the Lobster, Fig and Sushi Roku atop the Santa Monica Pier this Saturday. There, they'll be filling you with oysters and fish dishes between your trips for cocktails and beer. A person's got to drink, right?
Live Music Serenading Your Fried Chicken
Soul has decided that Sundays are too quiet in Hollywood. So they're bringing in bands each week to play while you drink absinthe frappes with your brisket pot pies and fried chicken. First up is Silver Lake indie pop duo Kismit. Sounds like fate.