On Saturday, October 24th, the fourth installment of the ERA series of bi-monthly events will take place at Campanile. The upscale, 1920’s themed parties were previously held at downtown’s historic Oviatt Building, until the need for a larger venue brought ERA to the acclaimed restaurant on La Brea. It’s certainly an appropriate location: Campanile is housed in an historic structure originally built in 1929 for Charlie Chaplin.
ERA features designer Yotam Soloman’s official Fashion Week party; a live performance by recording artist Michelle Shaprow; a special guest set by DJ Lady Sha; and resident DJs Beat Ventriloquists.
From 6pm to 10pm, Campanile will offer a prix fixe dinner (3 courses for $40), as well as its regular menu. To pair with the food, Campanile will serve a specialty 1920’s-era cocktail menu.
As cocktail enthusiasts await the November opening of The Tar Pit (the highly anticipated restaurant/bar from Campanile chef-owner Mark Peel and GM Jay Perrin), ERA may be the perfect glimpse of what’s to come a mile north.
Saturday, October 24th, 2009
9pm to 2am
- Live performance by Michelle Shaprow
- Guest set by DJ Lady Sha
- Resident DJs Beat Ventriloquists
- Yotam Soloman’s Spring-Summer 2010 collection
Tickets: $10 before 11pm, $20 after with RSVP
Free before 10pm with RSVP
Complimentary Hennessy cocktails from 9-10pm
Bottle service: (213) 321-5886
Dinner reservations: (323) 938-1447
RSVP: www.redlightpromotions.com/era. Password is GARBO.
Cocktail attire recommended, 1920’s theme encouraged.
624 S. La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90036