A Fashion District Hotel With 14 Rooms, Brunch and a Bar

A Fashion District Hotel With 14 Rooms, Brunch and a Bar

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            Geography Never Looked So Good

There’s a new way to see the world, and it doesn’t involve leaving the comfort of your sofa. You see,
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we know you appreciate a good discount almost as much as you appreciate fine cartography, you’re
getting 50% off.

HAPPY AND YOU KNOW IT

            Meet The Hatfields’ Oak-Grilled Burger

Odys + Penelope launches happy hour today. It’ll be perfect for those times when you crave bacon-wrapped
chicken thighs, za’tar onion rings and draft wine, but totally forget those things once you see that the
Hatfields created an oak-grilled burger with melted cheddar. You know. Those times.

Thursday

STAY TUNED

            Quick, Everybody Rock-Date

Bring a date to the old Tower Records space on Sunset tomorrow night. There, you two can gaze at over 100
iconic photographs of luminaries like Iggy Pop, Nirvana and Willie Nelson while catching a few live bands
that you’ve probably never heard of. And hearing of them is half the battle.

Friday

TUCK EVERLASTING

            Check in at the Bar. Great Start.

Tuck Hotel is a relaxed, 14-room hotel now serving Downtown’s Fashion District. It has its own little
brunch restaurant, starkly moody interiors and Bluetooth-enabled Marshall speakers in every room. Guests
will check in at the bar. You will drink at the bar.

Saturday

TEMPLE OF BOOM

            A Sanctuary of Unfiltered Beer in Downtown

Big weekend for Downtown’s Boomtown Brewery. Friday sees a ribbon cutting for the brewery’s taproom and
events space. Saturday, it’s a grand-opening party featuring DJs, food trucks, games and multiple taps of
unfiltered beer. Sunday, there’s something called the Super Bowl that you might watch at home. With beer,
though.

MYRDER IN THE FIRST

            A Sexy Dance Troupe. A Brothel Band. This.

A noir-ish burlesque show called “Myrder” kicks off this Friday at KTown’s Club Monte Cristo. There
will be eight professional dancers from “LA’s naughtiest dance troupe” alongside a 12-piece
“brothel” band weaving the tale of a tragic femme fatale. And possibly more lurid quotation marks.

Hadley Tomicki lives in Los Angeles. He is probably going nowhere on the 10 Freeway this very second.

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