The Tim Burton exhibit at LACMA that was expiring on Halloween warranted an artsy girls rendezvous to Los Angeles late October. My 11 year old baby girl is totally obsessed with cutesy goth anime comics and all things related to the art process. (How did I get so lucky?!) Before the show, we grabbed a nibble at delicious Ray's and Stark Bar, the casually posh and sleek restaurant patio bar at LACMA.
LA food trucks, almost all ethnic, line up for blocks in front of LACMA.Balloon Boy by Tim Burton.
The Tim Burton show allowed no photography inside the exhibit. We got to snap a few pix of the entryway. M loved the show so much...
The Zodiac Project by Ai Weiwei.
Ray's and Stark Bar. Modern, sleek and incredible food. Totally worth coming for a meal even if you are not planning to visit the museum. We had just enough time and room in our tummies for a tiny snack. It killed me not to order more off this fantastic menu.
Amazing comp bread. We should always have coarse sea salt and scallions garnishing our butter.
Frites and Ranch, $6.
Heirloom Tomatoes, $14. Ripe heirlooms, creamy burrata, sunflower seeds and a drizzle of fine olive oil... This was ridiculously good.