Things to do for September 03, 2009

The Weekender

Beachside Oysters, $1 Tequila and Midnight Breakfast

The weekend will rise from the ashes.

3 New Perks

3 New Perks

This week's Perks bring you a martini-enhanced Ted Baker event offering 20 percent off, along with lingerie from La Perla, and a massage and men's facial deal from Ona Spa. Because you wouldn't want Ted to see you at less than your best…

Pier-Food Menu at FIG

Pier-Food Menu at FIG

To commemorate the Santa Monica Pier's imminent centennial, FIG's slinging…some pretty enticing pier food. Categories include "On a Stick" (Wagyu Corn Dog, $9), "On Bread" (Cheese Steak, $10) and "In a Basket" (Blue Cheese Filled Buffalo Chicken, $9). You'll figure out "In the Glass" yourself.

Available September 3-9, Fig, 101 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, 310-319-3111

Blue Plate Oysterette Now Open

Blue Plate Oysterette Now Open

So you want a spread of oysters on the shell. A bucket of steamers. A lobster roll. Maybe a cold one. And, goes without saying, you'd like all this to go down by the beach. Time has come to head to Ocean Avenue—Blue Plate Oysterette officially opens today.

1355 Ocean Ave (E. of Arizona), Santa Monica, 310-536-9988

Midnight Breakfast at the Edison

Midnight Breakfast at the Edison

After a night of serious drinking, you often require some grub of the sopping-up-that-serious-drinking variety. And now, if you're underground at the Edison, you don't even have to relocate—the Edison's new "Midnight Breakfast" menu includes a Monte Cristo, Nutella-Banana Crepes and a Boiler Room Benedict.

Available Friday-Saturday, 11:30pm-1am, The Edison, 108 W. 2nd St #101, 213-613-0000

20 in 20 at Cube

20 in 20 at Cube

For 20 days, La Brea's intimate Italian spot is embarking on an alphabetical tour of Italy's 20 regions—via wine. Each night, a geographically appropriate bottle will be poured by the glass for $12, max. And so it begins with Abruzzo...

September 8-30, Cube, 615 N. La Brea Ave (S. of Melrose), 323-939-1148

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