Hunan in the houzz.
WP24 Six Taste Chinese Market Tour
What: Shop the Monterey Park Chinese market with WP24 chef de cuisine Sara Johannes and Shanghai chef Michael Lu. Afterward, they’ll use the groceries to whip up a six-course tasting atop the Ritz.
Why: A free seasonal cocktail and some of the chefs’ favorite Chinese recipes to take home.
When: Sat., 3-7 p.m.
Where: Tour, 99 Ranch, 771 W. Garvey St., b/t N. Atlantic Blvd. & N. Chandler Ave., Monterey Park; tasting, 900 W. Olympic Blvd., b/t Georgia & Francisco Sts., Downtown (213-743-8824). Tickets ($88) online at sixtaste.com.
Splendid and Ella Moss Warehouse Sale
What: Get deep discounts on cozy, past-season staples for women, men, and kids.
Why: Prices start at $15, which is less than you paid to see Final Destination in IMAX 3-D. It’s a no-brainer.
When: Fri. & Sat., 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: The Cooper Building, 860 Los Angeles St., b/t E. Eighth & E. Ninth Sts., 11th flr., Downtown.
What: The just-opened (mostly) men’s shop offers a well-curated selection of clothing, furniture, books, art, music, and vintage finds.
Why: You may end up keeping the Our Legacy button-downs you buy for your beau.
When: Tues.-Sun., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: 7151 Beverly Blvd., at N. Detroit St., West Hollywood (323-965-0600).
Iko Iko Grand Reopening
What: The celebrated design shop breaks in new digs with a ceramics installation by Jessica Hans.
Why: Browse Waka Waka furniture, Juju Made bags, Hannah Keefe jewelry, and trinkets from Japan.
When: Sat., 7-9 p.m.
Where: 931 N. Fairfax Ave., b/t Romaine St. & Willoughby Ave., West Hollywood (323-719-1079).
What: Acclaimed Brooklyn-based artist José Parlá brings his graffiti-inspired, mixed-media works to OhWow Gallery.
Why: Don’t miss the soft sculptures (painted fabric and rags) and mono transfers (made by pressing paper onto paintings while they’re still wet) in the back gallery.
When: Thru Oct. 22. Opening reception, Fri., 6-9 p.m.
Where: 937 N. La Cienega Blvd., at Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood (310-652-1711).
What: Local painter Kimberly Brooks’s latest explores female identities across cultures and eras through hauntingly beautiful abstract oil paintings.
Why: Since her last exhibition featured portraits of Elizabeth Stewart, Rachel Zoe, and Janie Bryant, we’re (not so) secretly hoping they’ll be at the show.
When: Thru Oct. 22. Opening reception, Sat., 6-8 p.m.
Where: Taylor De Cordoba, 2660 S. La Cienega Blvd., b/t Venice & Washington Blvds., Culver City (310-559-9156).
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