Did Johnny Depp Really Drop $62K on a Dinner Celebration?
Plus, Miller wants you to become "an Officiant of High Life"
A Golden Girls’ Pop-Up
The Golden Girls Kitchen, a themed pop-up, is coming to Beverly Hills in July. The restaurant will cost $50 to get in and diners will be able to order Sophia’s lasagna (meat or vegan), the Dorothy (billed as a Miami-style sandwich), Blanche’s Georgia-style cookies, a Rose on rose, and cheesecake. The mean will be served by Shady Pines waiters in what is supposed to be a “completely immersive” experience. Tickets are not yet on sale, but follow bucketlisters.com to sign up for updates.
The Champagne of Beers Wants to Make You an Ordained Minister
Even though that sounds like an idea hatched after hoisting one too many, Miller High Life beer has collaborated with Universal Life Church to offer free online ordination packages, which allows you to legally marry people. From now until June 15, a limited number of kits will be handed out that include a legal officiant license, a membership card, business cards, sample “script” for the wedding ceremony, and a limited edition Miller High Life x Tie Bar gift set which includes a silk pocket square, socks, and a leather beer koozie (you know…because weddings are a formal affair). Register here to become an official beer officiant.
NY Post claims that Johnny Depp allegedly spent $62,000 at an Indian restaurant in Birmingham, England, to celebrate “when he was awarded a $10.35 million judgment in his brutal defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard...”
José Andrés on Substack
José Andrés has launched his Substack, Longer Tables. From now until Dec. 31, 2022, 100 percent of the $50 membership fee goes to World Central Kitchen. From the newsletter:
A meal is never just a plate of food. It has the power to change the world. To bring people together. To tell the story of who we are, and where we’re going.
That’s why I started talking about longer tables when others wanted to build higher walls. We need to talk to each other, to enjoy our differences, to celebrate our diversity. Not push people away because they look or sound different.
Our challenges may be complicated, but the solutions are sometimes very simple.
What a Baby
Is this the most famous face in food?