Tonight we enjoyed a wonderful Friday evening out in Los Angeles!
We started with dinner at my favorite restaurant, El Cholo.
El Cholo might just be the most beloved restaurant in the city.
There was a plaque on the wall indicating that the film TWO-LANE BLACKTOP (1971) was written at our table. I'd never heard of it, but that was a fun bit of trivia.
From there it was on to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Wilshire Boulevard:
We were there for the current Audrey Hepburn series.
Prior to the movie, we browsed the museum bookstore. This great book caught my eye...it's actually come up in the past in my Amazon recommendations.
We saw a wonderful double bill with two classics, SABRINA (1954) and LOVE IN THE AFTERNOON (1957). The good-sized crowd was very responsive, and it was a delight to share the enjoyment of such funny movies with an audience.
Update: I've now posted reviews of both SABRINA and LOVE IN THE AFTERNOON.