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By The Editors / October 3, 2014 9:00 am

From the driving, to the parking, to the not knowing where to drive or park, dinner in L.A. is harder than it should be. That’s why we created Dinner Plan — your three-step itinerary to a damn good time.

This week: Tarantino reopens his New Beverly Cinema. Here’s your plan.


T-Shirt

This, fair readers, is the Jungmaven T-shirt. Fifty-five percent hemp, 45% organic cotton and 100% perfect for a 70-degree evening. It’s beefy enough to keep the trunk warm while keeping the limbs cool and free. Dark colors are good. Hunter green, navy or black.

Here’s your plan.

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Movie

3D. 4D. Panorama. Theaters are desperate for an audience. But Quentin Tarantino has a different plan for his New Beverly Cinema. He’s going backwards, only beaming flicks shot in 35mm — so this is your go-to for ripping yarns, sexy violence and acid-tongued dialogue (calendar). Like Pulp Fiction, which is celebrating its 20th ann’y. Tickets are sold online and at the door.

Here’s your plan.

Late Dinner

Don’t rush dinner; go after the movie. The newly opened Hutchinson plates its delicious Indonesian-inspired cuisine late into the night. Grab one of the dark leather banquettes facing the wood wall and order a coconut Caucasian and a succulent beef rendang: a slow-cooked short rib with a caramelized glaze. Pairs well with the gouda mac and cheese.   

Here’s your plan.