Oscar Winners and Cult Classics High Above La Cienega
I, Tonya. Black Panther. The Shape of Water. Princess Bride. Coming
to America. There may actually come a point this summer when you're spending more time on the roof of
E.P. & L.P. watching great movies than you are at home. Your place just lacks an open-sky theater, is
SHELL OR HIGH WATER
Welcome Rappahannock to Downtown. Once You Can Say Rappahannock.
Downtown isn't exactly the Chesapeake Bay. But now it's got oysters from the estuary's Virginia farms. At
Rappahannock Oyster Bar, a lovely slice of the Eastern Seaboard where chef Nick Erven will oversee your
bivalves, po'boys, lobster rolls and fried chicken sandwiches. You just be you.
One-Night Only: 25% of Vintage Trouble, Live in Beverly Hills
To call Ty Taylor electric might be an understatement. To call Ty Taylor the singer of Vintage Trouble would
be totally accurate. To inform you that he's performing his album of fresh American jazz standards live,
presented by For the Record, and that we put aside tickets for you? Our honor and duty.
STATE OF DEEKAY
An Adorably Creepy Fantasy World Becomes Reality
Camille Rose Garcia is creating a dystopian fairytale called the Cabinet of Dr. Deekay. On Saturday, the
book comes to life with new paintings, puppets, illustrations, an exterior mural and an animated short film
at Corey Helford Gallery. So, considering how much you adore dystopias...
You Are Taking Mom to Brunch, Right?
Tallula's kicks off its first-ever Sunday brunch this week, just for mom. With blood orange mimosas, French
toast with horchata cream and carnitas fried green tomatoes. Meanwhile, Bombay Palace has a 40-foot Indian
buffet and unlimited mimosas, plus a special Prosecco-laden nighttime feast for mom. Just add earrings.
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Tom Ford's First Line of Watches Is Just as Handsome as You'd Expect