JAN. 23, 2019, JOIN US FOR WHISKEY WEDNESDAY TO TRY RARE WHISKIES FROM THE BUFFALO TRACE DISTILLERY. SEATING IS LIMITED…
If you love rare whiskies, join us on Wednesday, Jan. 23 for tastings of our Van Winkle whiskies. Details and booking info below.
When: Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m.
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-1 ounce each of: Rip Van Winkle 10 yr, Van Winkle Family Reserve 12 yr, Pappy Van Winkle 15 yr
-Bar Snacks (Regular Menu): Jerky, Pickles, Cashews, Toothpick Beef
-Entrée or Appetizer (Off Menu): TBD Whiskey paired item
-Dessert Item (Off Menu): TBD Whiskey paired item
-Soft Beverage upon request (Included)
Jason Horn, noted spirits writer, confirmed
Sam Green, whiskey sommelier, confirmed
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Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 3
We’re launching our first Sunday Night Supper special and showing the Super Bowl. Diners can get a three-course prix-fixe menu for $39 that includes a bok choy starter, choice of entree and panna cotta for dessert.
Happy hour starts at 3 PM and goes all evening. Join us!
Không Tên to Celebrate Tết with The Thoughtful Feast Dinner Feb. 5
Tết, the annual celebration of the lunar new year, is the most important holiday on the Vietnamese calendar each year, with three days of raucous celebrations taking over the country. And this year, the new “New Vietnamese” restaurant Không Tên is commemorating the occasion with a very special four-course meal—that also benefits the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
- Bar snacks and drinking food. House-made 4-day beef jerky, farmers market pickles, spicy & sour cashews, toothpick beef
- Traditional Tết dishes. House-made Vietnamese charcuterie and bánh chưng (sticky rice and mung bean cakes steamed in banana leaves)
- Evolved Vietnamese foods. Side-by-side tastings of Không Tên’s take and the old-school traditional version of three dishes: bok choy salad vs. goi, turmeric dill black cod vs. cha ca, hoisin sirloin vs. bo luc lac (AKA shaking beef)
- Dessert. Asian pears, mung bean cakes and coffee panna cotta
In between courses, Vu will share her stories about the menu items and their personal significance. A first-generation Vietnamese-American chef, Vu has a unique perspective on the food and culture of Vietnam. Vu’s parents and older siblings fled the Vietnam War as refugees, and she was the first member of her family born in the United States. Her first language was Vietnamese, but she grew up in Texas, and that cross-cultural atmosphere is a strong influence on her food. Foss, who is a board member of the Culinary Historians of Southern California and guest curator for an upcoming exhibit at the Autry Museum of the American West about successive waves of immigration and how they changed California cooking, will also help put the dishes in a larger context.
Tickets to The Thoughtful Feast are $95 per person, $20 of which is a tax-deductible donation to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. There will be two seatings, at 6:30 and 9 PM, each with a capacity of 40.
Valentine’s Day Specials
Is your love on fire? Then join us on Thursday, Feb. 14 for a special on the Flaming Golden Pineapple!
Single? Come sit at the bar and enjoy 50% off drinks.
First date from a dating app? For the entire month of February, couples who matched on Tinder, Bumble, Hinge or Grindr can all enjoy 50% off drinks.
Happy Hour Daily
We have an afternoon happy hour from 3 – 6 p.m. and a late-night happy hour from 10 p.m. – 2 a.m.
Friday and Saturday – DJs
We have DJs every Friday and Saturday night from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Check below for our latest schedule of DJs
Saturday and Sunday – Brunch Service
Every Saturday and Sunday, we have brunch service with reimagined classics and tropical cocktails.
Friday, Jan. 18 – Josh aka Elevator Sex
Saturday, Jan. 19 – Keyvon aka Keyvon Pierre, MD
Friday, Jan. 25 – Mike aka Exxxplosivo
Saturday, Jan. 26 – Vinay aka V-Fresh