What’s Happening while Walking WeHo is Sashaying in San Francisco

Pavilions Grand Opening:  Thursday, July 23, 3:00 pm ribbon cutting!  Everyone has been looking forward to this day.  As much as we love our Trader Joe’s we have sure missed the Pavilions.  Click here for more details.

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The Mismatch Game with Dennis Hensley: Friday, July 24, 8:00 pm at LAGLC.  This is a laugh-your-ass-off good time for $15.00. Click link for tix.

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Saturday, July 25, Meet the Mayor, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

West Hollywood Mayor Abbe Land will host the first of a series of “Meet the Mayor” events at Plummer Park (7377 Santa Monica Blvd.) as an opportunity for West Hollywood residents to meet the Mayor, share their views and concerns and obtain information about various City services and programs.
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Additionally, Mayor Land will also be hosting a collection for the SOVA Food Bank during the event. SOVA has seen a 40% increase in demand for its services over the last year.

Saturday, July 25 & Sunday, July 26: The City of West Hollywood and the Classical Theatre Lab will host the Third Annual Free Shakespeare in the Park with performances of the play “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” on select Saturdays and Sundays throughout the summer. “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” is a romantic comedy by William Shakespeare, believed to be written around 1601 as a twelfth night’s entertainment for the close of the holiday season. Plummer Park, 7377 Santa Monica Boulevard. Both performances begin at 5:00 pm.

And while I am gone, please enjoy all that West Hollywood has to offer including some of my favorite locations; Tender Greens, Cafe D’Etoile, The Healthy Bean, Tango Grille, Eat Well, Cafe La Boheme, Marix, Ari-Ya, Baby Blues BBQ, Poquito Mas, and, of course, Yogurt Stop! My motto;

Live, Work, Play…. and Stay in West Hollywood!

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3 responses to “What’s Happening while Walking WeHo is Sashaying in San Francisco

  1. A word of caution: best not to drive to Pavilions during the morning hours when trucks make deliveries. To reach the loading dock, trucks go through the parking lot, and the entrance to the dock area is right next to the ramp entrance for rooftop parking. When I drove onto the property at approx. 9:00 a.m. Friday, I and all the other cars were halted at least 5 minutes while a big truck maneuvered in a very limited space. I’m sure this setup is better overall than the setup with the old Pavilions building, with trucks blocking traffic on Santa Monica Blvd. But in those good old days I never had to deal with the trucks, and now I do. This promises to be a negative aspect of my otherwise favorable experience with the new Pavilions.

  2. Trader Joes. You didn’t mention Trader Joes. I am sure they are going to go out of business now.

  3. Anyone else sort of worried about the parking situation at Pavilions? I mean maybe it is just the “grand opening” rush but the parking lots are usually slammed (as is the Robertson/SMB intersection) and the plaza has not even started filling in the satelite retail spaces. Once they open up with restaurants etc. I’m worried it is going to be a real nightmare. We shall see or maybe people will better utilize the rooftop parking.

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