Things to do for March 28, 2018

This French Restaurant Puts CBD in Your Lunch

And This Other Restaurant Puts OutKast in Dinner Form

By Hadley Tomicki

Wednesday
You, a Date and One Dirty Duck
INDO THE NIGHT

You, a Date and One Dirty Duck

What happens when an EP/LP vet opens a modern Indonesian restaurant in Downtown? Crispy pork with Balinese jungle spice, for one, along with fried "dirty duck" with tomatillo sambal and galangal floss. You can go tonight to learn the rest.

Opens tonight, Kasih, 200 S Los Angeles St, Downtown, 213-266-8534

Thursday
The Power Lunch That Precedes Your Power Nap
AND IT WAS ALL MELLOW

The Power Lunch That Precedes Your Power Nap

Your morning meeting went to hell. And now you need a lunch with the ability to soothe you. Which is why Spring is infusing CBD (the relaxing, non-psychoactive cannabis compound) into three-course, midday meals with options like branzino and beet risotto. Your well-being is always on their minds.

Tues-Fri, 11:30am-2:30pm, $37, Spring, 257 S Spring St, Downtown, 213-372-5189, see the menu

Friday
If You Like Fish and Grits But Prefer Steak and Whiskey
ABOUT A BOI

If You Like Fish and Grits But Prefer Steak and Whiskey

You know how OutKast's songs sound. Now, you'll get an idea of how OutKast's songs may taste. Kali Supper Klub is using the group as inspiration for a Southern dinner full of prime steak cuts and barrel-aged whiskey cocktails. They're calling it the "Southernplayalistic Steak N' Whiskey OutKast Tribute Dinner." Naturally.

Saturday
Depop Becomes, Sniff, a Real Store
DEPOP ROCKS

Depop Becomes, Sniff, a Real Store

You may know Depop as a useful vintage-style app. But now you'll know Depop as the Silver Lake store where you can pick up a varsity jacket and classic kicks before exploring an exhibit, hanging in its co-working space and renting its photo studio to shoot your own wares. The more you know...

Now open, Depop, 3531 Sunset Blvd, Silver Lake, 323-741-0021

Sunday
This Museum May Have More Selfies Than the Louvre
NOTE TO SELFIE

This Museum May Have More Selfies Than the Louvre

Selfies. Modern-day fad or 40,000-year-old tradition embraced by the world's greatest thinkers? The Museum of Selfies will playfully explore this question. All while encouraging you to shoot your own photo scaling a fake skyscraper and sitting in an Iron Throne made of selfie-sticks. But we think it’s the first one.

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

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