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Wax Paper Does Sandwiches in Frogtown, Bruxie Gives Away Waffles, and More

Plus discount wine days at Fig & Olive, and Adam Perry Lang cooks your next holiday roast.

Bruxie, Santa Monica
Bruxie, Santa Monica
Wonho Frank Lee

H.O.M.E. is back in Beverly Hills

That’s according to Toddrickallen, who says the former nightlife venue (the acronym stands for House of Music & Entertainment) is once again in motion. A spokesperson apparently reached out directly, indicating that they’re back in business.

Wax Paper Co. now slinging sandwiches in Frogtown

LA Weekly has a nice early look at Wax Paper, which has been soft open in Frogtown for a little while now. The N.P.R.-named sandwiches are a fun gimmick, sure, but the photos themselves look more than promising. Hours currently run noon to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

APL roasts meat on Kimmel

Adam Perry Lang enters the final week of his backlot barbecue pop-up tomorrow, so he’s in high gear doing promo on the Jimmy Kimmel Show. In the quick video below, Lang puts together a whole holiday roast on a Big Green Egg cooker, and invites the guys from Run the Jewels to give it a taste.

Bruxie is in the building

They quietly opened their fancy new restaurant on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica over the weekend, per their Facebook. But this coming Thursday they’re doing an official grand opening starting at 9 a.m., when they’ll be handing out free coffee and a Bruxie sandwich to the first 75 guests.

Fig & Olive does discount Mondays

The well-received West Hollywood restaurant wants to make sure you don’t stay home on a regular Monday night, so they’re doing 20% off bottles of wine (up to $100 off, big spenders) every Monday. If you’d rather bring your own, there’s complimentary corkage too.

Wally’s launched a caviar market

In case you’ve got an extra few hundred dollars to throw around for Christmas, consider picking up some Oscietra Imperial caviar to give to a friend or loved one. You can now buy containers of the stuff (and several other high-end varieties at Wally’s in Beverly Hills and in Westwood. Nice to see chef David Feau is using the good stuff in his cooking over there these days.

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