A Weekend With NoMad’s Brunch and David Bowie’s Beautiful Visage

A Weekend With NoMad’s Brunch and David Bowie’s Beautiful Visage

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            These Weekender Bags Really Nailed It

Long weekends. Beach weekends. Vampire weekends. No two weekends are ever the same. But you can rest assured
your weekender bag can be—as long as you’ve got one of these stylish ones designed for the modern adventurer from
Keep Pursuing. They’re so great you can even use them during the week.

BLIND FAITH

            A Shave and a Haircut. Two Drinks.

Blind Barber just opened a new location in Highland Park. In the front, you’ll get haircuts and shaves. In
the back, it’s a speakeasy inspired by Burt Reynolds’ character’s pad in Boogie Nights, with Batman
cocktails and over 20 varieties of grilled cheese. But God, that haircut.

Thursday

LONDON CALLING

            A New Gin Destination Arises Off Sunset

The London West Hollywood has a new gin-focused bar right off its lobby. It’s a beautiful, buzzing place
called the London Bar, where gold-flaked martinis appear from rolling gin carts and the procurement of
negronis and Pimm’s Cups is definitely encouraged. Take them up on that.

Friday

SPACE ODDITY

            A Visual Bowie Retrospective at a Notoriously Rocking Hotel

David Bowie. Singer. Songwriter. Actor. Subject of amazing photography that you’re going to bring a date to
check out this week, as Morrison Hotel Gallery opens a vast retrospective on the late, great
rocker. That David Bowie.

Saturday

POUR DECISIONS

            About the Day You Invented Kombucha-Coffee-Bourbon-Beer...

Sure, Tom’s Urban likes you. Still, it’s giving you the option to mix your own drinks on its new U-Pour
Floor. Simply head upstairs and go crazy playing with 50 taps containing cocktails, wine, beer, cider,
kombucha and nitro coffee. And yes, you may mix freely.

Sunday

NOMAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD

            Suckling Pig Burritos. Oh, NoMad, You're So Crazy.

Let the games begin. “Games” meaning brunch service at NoMad. “Begin” as in you and some friends getting in
this weekend for suckling pig breakfast burritos and Bloody Marys with amontillado sherry and hot peppers.
“Let” should be more self-explanatory.

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

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