You've always thought that new clothes go better with free margaritas, tacos and a
house band. While investigating the fall goods with drink in hand, you shall ponder the deep spiritual
connection clearly shared between you, Rodan and Griffith.
You weren't alive in the '40s, but you like to imagine they went something like this.
Your ticket gets you an evening of period-specific vaudeville, artistry, scenery and (courtesy of the
post-show open bar) a fair amount of revelry. Also, fire-dancers.
As a patron of the arts, you know that the best works aren't always found propped up in
a gallery. Which is why the occasional group multimedia show at a private residence sounds so appealing.
Well, that and the rum by the beach.
Royal Claytons First Anniversary
Like a baby who's outgrown his onesies, the one-year-old restaurant and bar celebrates
its birthday by shedding its faux-industrial environs to fully embrace a British pub vibe (once limited to
the Sunday Soul Sessions) seven days a week. This means a larger beer menu, of course.