Thursday, January 29, 2015

This Week


Never learned that “unhook a bra with one hand” trick? You may never need to. 

  • Tony Talks: Guts and Glory, An Evening With Anthony Bourdain and Roy Choi Tuesday

    The raconteur star of No Reservations and The Layover collides with the creator of the Kogi taco to make you laugh, cry and probably crave sheep brains. 

    Tue 7:30p. Pantages Theater, 6233 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. $35-75.

  • Do It for the Kids: Animal Cooking With Friends Tonight

    Animal’s popular charity dinner series welcomes chef Nate Appleman (recipient of a Rising Star James Beard Award) to prepare an eight-course meal, with proceeds going to the Kawasaki Foundation.

    Tonight, 6p. 435 N. Fairfax Ave., Mid-City (323-782-9225). $135 per person.

  • And Then Some: Chinatown Dim Sum Crawl Thursday

    Get steamed and sticky with your clothes on. Empress Pavillion, Mandarin Chateau, Hop Woo and Plum Tree prepare special steamed and fried offerings paired with craft beers from Eagle Rock Brewery.

    Thu 6:30-9:30p. 970 N. Broadway, Chinatown. $60 here.

  • Chips Ahoy: Milk Jar Cookies Opens Tuesday

    Are cookies the new cupcakes? White chocolate macadamia classics meet up with experiments (banana split cookies) in a Wilshire country kitchen… you know, for those who always wanted their sundaes baked.

    5466 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-City (323-634-9800)

  • Hello, Moto: All Saints Open now

    The Brit brand bikers and rock gods flock to open a nightlife-ready flagship with VIP shopping and a performance stage.

    330 N. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills (310-499-0970)

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