The Draycott Offers Pickup Service | Palisades Village
Palisades Village flagship restaurant The Draycott is trialing pickup service through Saturday.
“We’ve never been a pickup/takeout restaurant—but in an attempt to keep doing what we love, transition our kitchen and our team to suit the needs of our community,” Draycott Owners Matt and Marissa Hermer shared in an email, “ … I’m asking for your help.”
Chefs Josh Mason and Michael Fiorelli from the Hermer’s West Hollywood restaurant Olivetta are working together in The Draycott’s kitchen to prepare dinners that include a choice of salad, pasta, dessert and add ons, like roasted chicken and toasted sourdough bread.
“We can’t thank you enough for your support during this very challenging time,” the Hermers shared. “While we never imagined this, we are so grateful to have such a supportive community—and appreciate our role in feeding our town. We are thinking of you and yours and sending all our love.”
Orders, which start at $49, can be placed by calling 310-573-8938 by 2 p.m. one day ahead of the desired pickup, which will take place between 4 and 8 p.m.
Bus Program Deadline Extended | Pali High
As a result of distant learning and the Safer at Home order, Palisades Charter High School has extended the deadlines for the 2020-21 PCHS School Bus Program Registration and Financial Assistance Application (FAST Aid).
“Bus fees for the 2020-2021 school year will be $2,300 per year, $230 per month if paying monthly, and this is a full 10-month school year commitment,” according to information from Pali High. “A 10-month commitment means that you cannot get a refund for not riding the bus if it is past 7 a.m. of the first Tuesday following the day school starts.”
Application entries will now be accepted until Tuesday, May 5, at 7 a.m.
Theatre Palisades Postpones ‘Wait Until Dark’ | Via Mesa
The executive committee of the Theatre Palisades Board of Directors has postponed the opening of its next production “Wait Until Dark” indefinitely.
“It is a difficult situation for everyone involved in this fine production,” the committee shared in a social media post, “but health and safety must be our priority.”
The committee added that they will continue to monitor the situation with the hope of being able to set a firm opening date soon. The show, directed by Tony Torrisi and produced by Martha Hunter and Sherman Wayne, was originally supposed to run March 27 through May 3.
Those with questions concerning tickets and reservations are asked to call the box office at 310-454-1970.
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