Now that your winter hibernation is officially over, we've set you up with a comped week at the gym, along with a gratis personal training session thrown in on the side. Soon, you will be invincible.
Things to do for April 01, 2010
Rooftop Champagne, Fred Segal Sliders and a Home-Run Hot Dog
The weekend pines for April Madness.
Whether or not you celebrate Easter, you do celebrate bottomless champagne and Bloody Marys, enjoyed outside on a roof-like surface. On Sunday, the London's Hampton Courtyard will be overstuffed with sushi, risotto, cheese, eggs, steak Benedict, caramel cheesecake—and as many drinks as you need to wash it all down.
To finish off every weekend starting with this one, Ammo is going traditional with an old-school roast with appetizer and dessert. The inaugural offering: Spring Lamb with Basil, Peas and Mint. So we guess you could say March did go out like a lamb...
One of your favorite Downtown lunch spots has something unprecedented in store: dinner. To kick off the new extended hours, they've created a Celebration Supper Sandwich. It's slow-roasted brisket on ciabatta for $8.75, available April 5 to 9 only.
Hot Dog Night at BLD
In conjunction with the Dodgers' Opening Day, BLD is going the Americana route with a high-end hot dog plate—the dog, bun, relish, ketchup, mustard, sauerkraut and warm Beer-Battered Onion Rings are all made in-house. It's sort of like a Dodger dog, only the opposite.
Sliders and Wine at Umami
Umami Burger is commemorating its new outpost at Fred Segal in Santa Monica with an evening of wine pairings from wine-man-about-town David Haskell—three sliders, plus three glasses of wine, for $35. Just don't get any vino on the merchandise…