LE WEEKEND


This is a new series I have been meaning to add for a long time now to Gisele Chic. I thought it would be fun to share a mini snapshot of my plans for the weekend, let me know what you think! And as always reccomendations are uber welcome! Enjoy!

SEE: The new film Phantom Thread staring Daniel Day-Lewis about a 1950's post war dressmaker and set in London of course. The appeal of this film for me needs no explanation because obviously I'm drawn into any film about fashion, romance and of course, London. EAT: I had always heard about The Palm steakhouse after moving to Los Angeles, with most people saying it was a well established spot for a classic American steak and martini dinner and I had noted it before in case I ever got tired of Mastro's, which I am sure is still unbeatable, particularity my favorite orders like the Scottish salmon, Alaskan crab truffle gnocchi, the lemon drop dry ice martini, the butter cake and that unbeatable bread basket. Seriously, my heaven. But since we are planning to be downtown for a classically American night of Jazz this weekend I figured I'd try out a new spot, will report back later! GO: To Walt Disney Concert Hall, which I have been meaning to find a reason to do since I first saw the extraordinary piece of architecture the first time I drove in downtown Los Angeles. The world recognized hall is home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and  I purchased tickets to see the legendary Herbie Hancock as a holiday present for my jazz obsessed boyfriend. I figured we would want something exciting to look forward to in dreary January and now the time has finally come! UNWIND: I plan to have a nice big glass of rosé Friday night, go to bed early and wake up to run Saturday morning. Despite not running every day lately I have at least committed to running every morning on Saturday and Sunday and it's just such a great feeling, often while running, but always after. 

Have an awesome weekend, 

-MGN

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