Here’s That Cajun-Hawaiian Place You Never Knew You Wanted

Here’s That Cajun-Hawaiian Place You Never Knew You Wanted

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Here’s That Cajun-Hawaiian Place You Never Knew You Wanted
And Here’s an Immersive, Living Illustration in Downtown, Too
By Hadley Tomicki

Wednesday

FROM PERKS

            Your Knife and Your Wedding Ring: Damascus Steel

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BEAST MODE

            Little Beast: Now With Booze

You’ve always liked going to Little Beast for dinner. But now the restaurant has a shiny new liquor license
resulting in cocktails like elderflower gimlets, rum Manhattans and maple hot toddies. So now you are
allowed to like it even more.

Friday

WOOD FELLAS

            Deconstructed Beef Wellington and Intact Cocktails

You know the expression: go to Sherman Oaks’ new Wood & Water for a nice dinner of oysters, crispy
lobster sliders, deconstructed beef Wellington and lamb sirloin with smoky mezcal cocktails. Okay,
admittedly we’re trying to make it a thing.

Saturday

CRITICAL DRINKING

            Pizza and Libations. Sometimes It's Just That Easy.

Close your eyes. Imagine a casual Hollywood sports bar. A place for meeting up with friends for happy hour
and a pizza or garlic fries while the game is on. You’re basically picturing Hollywood’s new Elbow Room.
Give or take a few details.

PAPER ROUTE

            Like Entering a Living Illustration

Starting Sunday at Corey Helford Gallery, you’ll find an immersive, 1960’s-era flophouse fashioned from
recycled cardboard to resemble a black-and-white drawing. The constructions include hundreds of objects from
books to phones to entire walls to the artist’s own outfits. Yes, you’ll probably get “Take on Me”
stuck in your head.

Sunday

IN THE MIX

            The First Cajun-Hawaiian Concept in Town. Probably. Right?

And now, six things you’ll find at Crackin’ Kitchen, a new Cajun-Hawaiian restaurant in Pasadena:
1) Guava-soy wings.
2) Seafood tortilla pizzas.
3) Mezcal basil-cranberry juleps.
4) Bourbon-bacon mussel pots.
5) A Michelin-starred Morimoto vet overseeing everything.
6) Hyphens.

What Else Is New

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

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