Dinner at Bacari followed by Show featuring BEAUX at the Legendary El Cid
TWO F A B U L O U S VENUES plus live entertainment by my daughter BEAUX and her band + two other live performances at the legendary El Cid. I would love for you to join me for dinner (optional) at the newly opened Bacari in Silver Lake before the show.
Beaux is an LA based alt-rock singer-songwriter. She is known for her image reinventions, musical versatility, and powerful vocals. Inspired by the 70’s and 80’s she brings a new vintage twist to the alternative rock scene. She rocks the stage with incredible stage presence and brings the house down every show. She is currently playing shows whilst writing and recording a new EP with plans to release in the future.
Your $20 ticket will guarantee your Dinner RSVP at Bacari and cover charge at El Cid. If you do not plan to join us for dinner be certain to let me know at time of RSVP when prompted so we can offer your spot to someone else.
Dinner at Bacari 8:15
Beaux at El Cid 10:00
$20 Venmo (preferred) or PayPal to reserve your space. NON-refundable. Should you need to cancel please post in comments your reserved spot is available. YOU will be responsible to collect the fee from the next taker/waitlisted person.
Please Venmo or PayPal Conda (not Lorena) at:
PayPal: Conda Parsley
BACARI SILVER LAKE
Bacari, the Eastside oasis just opened in the space once occupied by the gorgeous Cliff’s Edge. The dreamy patio at Bacari Silver Lake makes you feel like you’re eating in a bohemian treehouse with incredible food & cocktails.
Tucked away in leafy surroundings just off the Sunset strip, the 5,000-square-foot space boasts a verdant, multi-level outdoor patio with two fire pits, a bar, strings of lights and a beautiful tree at the heart of it all. Matt Winter’s transformation of this beloved space can only be described as a chic, Tuscan-style treehouse.
Bacari has multiple locations. At the Silver Lake outpost, you’ll find Cicchetti-style dishes alongside a curated selection of wines, cocktails & unique craft beers. The delectable plates are designed to be shared with the entire table, creating a more social and engaging dining experience.
HISTORY OF THE LEGENDARY EL CID
The building was built around 1900. It was used for many years as a studio by D.W. Griffith, and his epic film The Birth of a Nation screened there in 1915.
In 1925, the building was converted into a Jail-themed café, complete with waiters dressed as guards and prisoners. Even the stone wall along Sunset Boulevard resembled prison walls complete with a watch tower. See photos!
In 1932, the café was bought and turned into the Gateway Theatre, and then between 1950 and 1961, it operated as the Cabaret Concert Theatre. The Cabaret Concert Theatre was a favorite nightspot among television and film producers, talent scouts, agents, and celebrities, who came to eat, drink and enjoy a wide variety of sophisticated revues, plays, and concerts.
In 1962, Flamenco dancers Juan Talavera & Margarita Cordova and her husband opened the venue as El Cid. They wanted to open their own Flamenco hub after working at the Purple Onion for the past six years and decided to remodel the building in the style of a 16th-century Spanish tavern. Talavera described the vibe they were going for as “Spanish, but not just American trying to be Spanish”.
Still operating today, El Cid continues to present a variety of entertainers, from flamenco dancers and Spanish guitarists to rockabilly singers, burlesque performers and comedians.
Throughout the decades El Cid Restaurant continues to offer a romantic blend of dining, history and entertainment that is unique, enchanting and beautiful!
Valet or street parking
NEW MEETUP POLICY
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