Things to do for September 06, 2007

The Weekender

The Weekend Starts Here

You've logged well over 20 hours of work. Take a weekend.

Sissi, C'est Moi

Sissi, C'est Moi

Tehran-born artist Sissi Farassat knows how to get your attention—she completely surrounds the women in her large photographs with Swarovski crystals and other shiny goods. It's kind of like your life.

Opening reception Sept 6, 7-9pm, SCALO|GUYE Gallery, 302 N. Robertson Blvd (at Beverly), West Hollywood, 310-358-9396

Joan's on Third Reopens

Joan's on Third Reopens

The brunch institution just got brunchier: The mega-expansion you've been waiting for (along with all the other sidewalk dwellers clamoring for a table) is complete. Inside you'll find a new bakery section, more takeaway items, more seating and, hopefully, shorter lines.

Opens Sept 7, 8350 W. 3rd St (between Crescent Heights and La Cienega), West Hollywood, 323-655-2285

Sound Affects

Sound Affects

Inside this loft party at a private downtown residence, there shall be artists, there shall be music, and there shall be much general underground-ness. Get there early for free beer and wine.

Sept 8, 10pm-3am, 533 S. Los Angeles St #305 (between 5th and 6th), Downtown, RSVP required here

Seven 'til Seven at Abode

Seven 'til Seven at Abode

Through the courtyard behind Tengu, this restaurant wants only to feed you Fried Oysters with Spicy Aioli and Flat Iron Steak on a Crispy Rice Crostini—oh, and maybe a martini. Everything's seven bucks.

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