Weeks of gluttony, Sin City Music, R-rated Theater…for starters

Eat your vegetables...and your steak...and your dessert....

Go Go’ers, this is the week to say your prayers, work your rosary, and make novenas because there is all kinds of  temptatious-ness in this big ‘ole city right now.

dineL.A. Restaurant Week(s)

Damn the diet and full feed ahead with many days (and nights!) of deals on nibbles!

This week and next, almost 300 restaurants will be offering three-course prix fixe menus — some for lunch, some for dinner, some for both — so you can gorge gourmet-it around the clock.

Plunk down $16, $22, or $28 for lunch and $26, $34, or $44 for dinner (not including tipples, tax and tip) and get your choice of appetizer, entree and dessert from the New Year’s-resolution-wrecking menus.

JK, there are spa cuisine-worthy offerings for the spartan…and the iron-willed.

(Through Friday, January 28th; January 30th through February 4th; http://discoverlosangeles.com/restaurantweekv2/index.jsp)

Sin for Good....

Sin City Presents Cosmic American Road Show

Sin City, keepers of the Gram Parsons flame,  celebrates his roots music legacyand its own sweet self with the Cosmic American Roadshow and a 10th anniversary kick-off bash at the Mint.

The top-drawer line-up includes Travis Howard, Uncle Lucius, Deadman, and Maxim Ludwig & the Santa Fe Seven. (For those in the know, the latter’s the new project of Ben Redell of Leslie & The Badgers and Welldiggers Banquet).

Put on your top hat and your stars-n-stripes cowboy boots for this one, Go Go’ers.  It’s gonna be a shindig, for sure.

Friday, January 28, doors/7PM; show/8PM ; $10
6010 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90035, 323.954.9400,  http://www.themintla.com/

A picture worth a thousand words....

Dubbed “not for the faint of trousers” (you know who you are),  the new Atwater Village Theater presents the  world premiere of Mlle. God, Oscar-nominated Nicholas Kazan’s re-imagining of  Frank Wedekind’s scandalous “Lulu”.  (Immortalized, you’ll remember, in the Louise Brooks-starrer Pandora’s Box).

Scott Paulin directs the “dark comedy that is a paean to sex, art, and living in the millisecond” (Whoopee!) and inaugurates the new theater and new partnership/season of Ensemble Studio Theater and Circle X Theater Company.

Don’t bring the kiddies.

Premieres Friday, January 28th @8PM; $25;  3269 Casitas Avenue, Atwater Village,  90039.  Free on-site parking.  For reservations and schedule info (including remaining preview performances), call 323.644.1929 or go to www.ensemblestudiotheatrela.org.

Come on over, y'all.

1st & Hope + Americana Night at the Fedora Room

Head on over to 1st & Hope for Sunday supper and a li’l sumpin sumpin.

New chef Yuji Isawa expands the Southern comfort menu to regional home cooking; check out their Momma-cooks-for-company dineL.A. menu: (http://discoverlosangeles.com/restaurantweekv2/details.html?id=32695

Mark Tortorici, host of “The All Night Juke Joint” on KCSN, debuts his Sunday “Americana Night” at the Fedora Room with jazz-tinged roots singer Dafni.

The $10 cover gets you a copy of  Sweet Time, the singer’s new CD.

Sunday’s not for church any more….

Sunday, January 30th @ 9PM; $10 @ Fedora Room, 710 West 1st, Los Angeles 90012, 213.617.8555 http://www.firstandhope.com/

Ready?  U Know U Want 2 Go Go….

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Neil Fraser says:

    Must say I’m impressed by this zippy blog of all things L.A. There does, however, seem to be a lot of info about boozing, bars and cocktails. Are you having a better time than you’re letting on?


    1. You can’t be Ms. Go Go without go-going.

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