LA Weekend Planner: Tarantino Song & Cocktails, Ceviche Brunch, More
Kick off an incredibly delicious weekend (did someone say Ramen Fest?) with the lamb roast at Short Order tonight. Chef Christian Page is spit-roasted spring lamb every Thursday night, serving plates of rotisserie lamb, grilled flatbread and market-inspired sides for $36 per person. 7-9 PM (6333 W. 3rd St.; 323-761-7970).
The super fun For the Record: Tarantino moves to a new home tonight, heading west from Rockwell Table & Stage to DBA. This is more than just a show with talented actors singing songs from Quentin Tarantino’s famous movie soundtracks, you can also sip Tarantino-inspired cocktails from Proprietor LLC’s Alex Day and Dave Kaplan (Honeycut) and eat gourmet snacks like caramel popcorn and spiced almonds. The show runs every Thursday through Sunday starting at 8 PM. Tickets are $35-$55; food and drinks are extra. Get more info here (7969 Santa Monica Blvd.; 323-378-5953).
The Ceviche Project is teaming up with Cocktail Academy for a boozy, seafood-y brunch on Sunday, March 30. The five-course menu includes cocktail pairings for $90 per person, and as any good secret pop-up should, the location will be disclosed upon reservation. Starts at 1 PM somewhere in the Arts District in Downtown LA.