Posted on 2 Jun
Our picks of places to go + things to do to make the most out of your June. BRUNCH HERE → Sawyer, a new Silver Lake spot from some of the founders of The Hudson and The Churchill, will be your new favorite brunch spot beginning June 4. It offers a gorgeous garden patio and seafood-focused dishes, including ling cod tacos and brunch favorites like ricotta skillet cakes and chocolate croissant custard toast. Turn brunch into an all-day affair at Sawyer, which also offers happy hour daily from 4 to 7 p.m. SHOP HERE → Faherty’s first West Coast shop opens at Malibu Country Mart. The surf-inspired clothing line includes men’s and women’s ready-to-wear and swimwear collections alongside beach goods and accessories. Get ready for summer at the beach with their latest collection of eco-friendly bikinis and one-pieces. GO SEE THIS → Bob Dylan and his band at the Shrine on June 16. With a new record to promote, Fallen Angels, expect Dylan to showcase his whole catalog of hits. Chicago gospel legend Mavis Staples will open the evening. DON’T MISS THIS → Wendy Walk L.A. on June 4. Walk to raise awareness and funds for sarcoma, often known as the “orphan disease." The 7th Annual event begins at The Jonathan Club in Santa Monica and continues with participants walking together along the Santa Monica Beach. Money raised from the event goes directly to funding international research for sarcoma. Get tickets here. BRING THE FAMILY HERE → The Ocean Institute’s Father’s Day Adventure at Sea on June 19 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Hop aboard the tall ship Spirit of Dana Point where you can steer the ship, help raise the sail, watch the cannon fire-up and listen to legendary sea tales. Enjoy a delicious meal prepared by the ship’s cook as you sit back and enjoy California’s beautiful coastline. HEAD TO → Last Remaining Seats, the Los Angeles Conservancy’s popular classic film series. This year marks the event’s 30th season, running June 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22 and 25 at Broadway’s iconic movie palaces downtown. From Top Gun at the Los Angeles Theatre to Singin’ in the Rain at the Theatre at Ace Hotel, the event also includes special backstage tours, panel discussions and post-show film trivia at nearby Clifton’s Cafeteria. BUY DAD THIS → IceMule, the coolest new cooler for BBQs, tailgates, camping, fishing and so much more. The high-tech IceMule is flexible and portable, like a backpack, not like the usual bulky box coolers that are hard to manage and transport. It keeps ice cold for 24 hours, and it floats! Various sizes and colors are available.