Food & Drink

The Weekend Guide

Paulette Koumetz introduces new macaroons to town with the help of chef Christophe Michalak (Hôtel Plaza Athénée).
Why: Rotating flavors like peach, New Orleans praline, violet cassis, and sweet wedding almond.
When: Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (Closed this Saturday for Yom Kippur, but open Sunday for kicks.)
Where: 9466 Charleville Blvd., b/t Beverly Dr. & S. El Camino Dr., So Bev (310-275-0023).

What: Young L.A. label makes ladylike dressings for day (Shelley button-front, Carly mini) and night (strapless Ash, sheer-top Bianca).
Why: What’s Myne is yours.
When: Whenever’s clever.
Where: Diavolina, 156 S. Robertson Blvd., b/t W. Third St. & Alden Dr. (310-550-1341); online at revolveclothing.com.

Antony Micallef
What: Neomodernist from the UK’s first stateside showing of the group of paintings, drawings, and maquettes called Impure Idols.
Why: Britty baby.
When: Thru Sept. 29. Daily, noon-8 p.m.
Where: 6763 Hollywood Blvd., b/t Highland Ave. & McCadden Pl., Hollywood.

Post-Summer Locks

What: Surfed, sunned, dry, damaged hair repair moisture treatment with coconut and sunflower oils, shea butter, jojoba, soy, and wheat proteins.
Why: Soak it up.
When: Tues.-Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: Nelson J Salon, 350 N. Bedford Dr., b/t Brighton Way & Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills (310-274-1553).

Uptown Underground
What: KCRW fetes public art installation Slow Dancing (43 giant projections of dancers moving in slow-mo) with tunes by DJ Jason Bentley.
Why: Bust a move.
When: Sat., 10 p.m.-midnight
Where: Music Center Plaza, 135 N. Grand Ave., b/t First St. & W. Temple St., Downtown (213-972-7211).