Patina’s Got a New Restaurant

Patina’s Got a New Restaurant

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            These Pocket Squares Are Different. Good Different.

You expect your pocket squares to be soft pieces of fabric with unique patterns. You don’t expect them to
be made from internationally sourced linen with an edge crocheted by hand. Which means you’re in for a great surprise in a minute.

YOU’VE GOT ALE

            It’s Basically an Estate Sale for Beer

Library Alehouse’s cicerone has some incredibly rare beers this week. He’s clearing out the beer vaults
and offering you 50% off vintage ales like the Bruery’s barrel-aged sour collaboration with Cigar City and
a 750 mL cherry-fermented sour from Belgium. That’s gotta pair well with a burger.

Thursday

ICE PRINCIPALS

            Gratis Ice Cream. You Need This Right Now.

Gresescent Ice Cream did their homework. They knew LA wasn’t going to be torturously hot until October
drew near. So they’ll grand-open in Downtown tomorrow with gratis scoops of flavors like blackberry mint
mojito and grilled pineapple topped with bourbon caramel. And they had a feeling you’d appreciate that.

Friday

STOP THE SILENCE

            Charlie Chaplin Gets a New Soundtrack

Now you can watch the films of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton with contemporary soundtracks played by
DJs, guitarists and bands from today. That’s the idea behind Downtown’s new UnSilent Cinema. Will it
work? There’s a happy hour beforehand, so of course it will work.

Saturday

GARDEN STATE

            Where Fried-Chicken-and-Beignets Bloom

You’ve done Descanso Gardens. Smelled the roses. Admired the oaks. But you’re yet to appreciate the
fried-chicken-and-beignets and cheeseburgers. Those appear Saturday, when Joachim Splichal opens his new
place, Maple, starting with brunch. The fried chicken might even beat the roses.

Sunday

FUNKE TOWN

            A Legendary Porchetta Rides Again

You’ve been missing Evan Funke’s porchetta. Even Evan Funke missed Evan Funke’s porchetta. So he’ll
pop up this Sunday with Slow Rise Pizza at Smorgasburg to unleash a pizza-influenced twist on the porky
sandwiches everyone holds so dear. Your pained, porchetta-less cries have been heard.

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

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