After sampling (for free) Hacienda la Esmeralda's Geisha coffee—purchased at auction by Intelligentsia for $130 per pound—you can consider shelling out $99 to take home eight ounces. Goes perfectly with that $500 bagel.
Things to do for November 15, 2007
The Weekend Starts Here
Have yourself a steaming cup of weekend.
Another Hollywood franchise is birthed. The second ArcLight has all the expected components of the original blockbuster—reserved seating, booze-friendly screenings and, we assume, shockingly verbose ushers.
You're already familiar with Edward Quinn's legendary photographs of Grace Kelly and Sophia Loren, but his life on the Cote d'Azur also involved jazz musicians, writers and some Spanish painter named Pablo.
Cosa Nostra Trunk Show
This afternoon, you'll find one-of-a-kind men's and women's pieces. You'll find discounts. And you'll find designer and Project Runway champ Jeffrey Sebelia in the heavily neck-tattooed flesh.
Hopscotch at Custom Hotel Opens
You're all for giving new poolside bars a shot, and you've certainly had trouble killing time in style while orbiting LAX. After Thanksgiving, the new Custom Hotel launches a quest to become the Marina Del Rey equivalent of the Standard Downtown. Competition is...less than formidable.