12 Days of Pride

Sorry Not Sorry celebrates it’s inaugural 12 Days of Pride from June 15th to June 27th with movie screenings, panel discussions, drag shows, DJ nights, and themed tastings. Join us for our twelve day summer celebration of inclusivity and diversity.

General Calendar

June 15 – June 27

Week 1

TUES, JUNE 15: Movie Night – Hairspray

WED, JUNE 16: Drag Disco Bingo & Games

THURS, JUNE 17: “A League of Their Own” Queer Ladies Night

FRI, JUNE 18: DJ Dance Party

SAT, JUNE 19: Drag Brunch

SUN, JUNE 20: “One Day In Spain” Cava Tasting & White Party

Week 2

TUES, JUNE 22: Movie Night – Wigstock

THURS, JUNE 24: “Night of 1000 Madonnas” Drag Show

FRI, JUNE 25: DJ Dance Party

SAT, JUNE 26: DJ Dance Party

SUN, JUNE 27: “Pretty In Pink” Beer Tasting & Pink Party

WED, JUNE 30: Final Reception & Panel Discussion

Movie Nights

Doors open at 5pm and movies screen at 8pm. No reservations needed, and the full food and drink menus are available until 10pm.

Hairspray directed by John Waters

TUES, June 15

Tracy Turnblad auditions for The Corny Collins Show, a popular Baltimore teenage dance show. Despite being overweight, Tracy is a strong enough dancer to become a regular on the show, infuriating the show’s reigning queen, Amber Von Tussle, a mean, privileged, beautiful high school girl. Tracy’s growing confidence leads to her being hired as a plus-size model for the Hefty Hideaway clothing store owned by Mr. Pinky. Tracy uses her newfound fame to advocate for racial integration and encourages everyone to dance.

Wigstock directed by Barry Shils*

TUES, June 22

See this 1995 documentary film focusing on Wigstock, the annual drag music festival that had been held New York City’s East Village through the 1980s and 1990s. The film presents a number of performances from the 1994 festival, including Crystal Waters, Deee-Lite, Jackie Beat, Debbie Harry, Leigh Bowery, Joey Arias and the Dueling Bankheads. The film also captures a performance by RuPaul at the height of his mainstream fame during the 1990s.

*Come in your favorite wig for a surprise!

Drag Performances

Join these fabulous ladies of drag for Disco Bingo, Brunch, and amazing performances.

Drag Disco Bingo

Hosted by The Alejandro Queen (@thealejandroqueen)

WED, June 16

Whiskey Wednesday gets jazzed up with bingo and fun, socially distant table games hosted by Alejandro, a timeless Venezuelan, Italian, Lebanese enigma.

We will be featuring Michters, a woman-made whiskey by master distiller Pamela Heilmann. Before joining the Michters team in 2015, Ms. Heilman ran Beam’s Booker’s plant, the world’s largest bourbon distiller. Heilmann isn’t the only woman with a high-profile gig at Michters – Andrea Wilson, the distillery’s vice president and distillery manager, supervises barrel procurement and aging. We are thrilled to showcase this woman-made spirit from the typically male-dominated world of Kentucky Whiskey.

Start time for games is 6pm.

Disco ball themed so come in your favorite sparkly outfit!

RESERVATIONS: info@sorrynotsorryla.com

Walk-ins welcome. Regular menus available.

Drag Brunch

Hosted by The Alejandro Queen (@thealejandroqueen)

SAT, June 19

The Alejandro Queen is joined by Amoeba Lovell (@amoebalovell), Hybrid (@hybriddrag), and Serena Infinity (@shetwirls) for a high energy, covid-safe performance.

1PM (Seating at 12:30PM)
4PM (Seating at 3:30PM)

We will be offering a special brunch menu featuring our signature avocado toasts, brunch versions of our burgers, fresh watermelon and caprese salads, and slutty egg sandwiches.

RESERVATIONS: info@sorrynotsorryla.com

Reservations strongly suggested. Walk-ins welcome. Regular menus available.

“Night of 1,000 Madonnas”
Drag Show

Hosted by The Alejandro Queen (@thealejandroqueen)

THURS, June 24

Does it get any better than a Drag Show and Madonna? Join us for this Madonna themed show and COME DRESSED as your favorite Madonna.

PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN FOR: Best Madonna Overall, Best 80’s Madonna, Best 90’s Madonna, Best 2000’s Madonna, Best Obscure Madonna.

What will the music be? Madonna all night, baby. Sorry, Not Sorry.

RESERVATIONS: info@sorrynotsorryla.com

Reservations strongly suggested. Walk-ins welcome. Regular menus available.

Ladies Nights, Queer Women Events

Women-focused events, inclusive for all LESBIAN, BI, Gay, TRANS, NON-BINARY, & Q+

“A League of Their Own”
Queer Ladies Night

THURS, June 17

Sorry Not Sorry recognizes that there are marginalized groups within the queer community, and we want to create a safe space for queer women all of kinds to gather, mingle, connect, and unwind. This is YOUR night.

Featuring a “throwback” menu of classic speakeasy cocktails and classic tiki cocktails, enjoy one of the best 80s playlists in town in your own dedicated space.

No reservations are needed, however, let us know you’re coming so that we can prepare a semi-private space large enough for the group.

Shout out at: info@sorrynotsorryla.com

DJ Dance Party Series

Live performances are once again allowed outside, and we are thrilled to host DJs from the Queer community on the following evenings.

DJ Full Xposure


Friday, June 18

DJ Full Xposure hails from Washington DC, and is influenced by Reggaeton, R&B and Hip-Hop from time spent in Mexico. Whether DJing or producing, she wants people to feel comfortably vulnerable and exposed, with emotions flowing. Let her music bring feelings out of you that may not be understood on the surface.

DJ Slut Station


Friday, June 25

DJ SlutStation is the Swedish alter-ego (cousin) of queer LA party mom Kristin Vallacher (@kristinvthe1st – @Cruisedancer; @Mommyissues_Theparty, founder; @Danasnight, founder), who is also a lesbian gym owner in Hollywood. DJ SlutStation’s backstory involves growing up in a Swedish inland fishing village, becoming “too famous and popular” in her home country, and traveling to America to confront the fact she “may” be gay (she is). She is taking America by maelstrom, one “sick beat ja” at a time.

DJ Vick Jagger


Saturday, June 26

DJ Vick Jagger began DJing in 2016 after the immense loss of her two favorite artists Prince & Bowie. She is heavily inspired by 60’s Psych-Rock, 70’s Disco & 80’s Funk & Hip-Hop. Vick has had residencies spanning across Los Angeles & The OC. Most notably, her Drag Brunch show, “Brunch Becomes Her” in 2019. Vick loves to add an element of Drag to everything she does & always represents for the LGBTQ+ community.


Join us for our tasting events featuring complimentary samples of Rosé Segura Viudas Cava and Delirium beers. We’re offering free gifts with purchases!

“One Day in Spain” White Party
Cava Tasting and Brunch

SUN, June 20

Sorry Not Sorry and Segura Viudas collaborate to celebrate a “One Day In Spain” White Party. The day will include complimentary samples of Rosé Segura Viudas Cava, gifts with Segura Viudas purchases, sparkling wine flights and mini-classes, and special brunch menus. Bring your Dad – it’s Father’s Day! Wear white – It’s a White Party!

Entertainment provided by Spanish Guitar Duo, Kimera Music.

$45 online / $55 at the door

Resident Wine Steward, Christopher Johnson, will lead you in a fun and educational “mini-class” featuring sparkling wine from Spain. Try the Brut Cava, the Rosé Cava, and Reserva Heredad while learning how Cava is made, the difference between Cava and Champagne, and how to taste wine like a pro. After your mini class, retire to your private picnic table to enjoy our signature Cava cocktail of the day – the Saffron French 75 and a brunch of Tortilla Espanola, wild greens, and fresh fruit. Your sweet ending is our version of flan. Your ticket price includes the Cava flight, mini-class, Cava cocktail, entrée, and dessert. All mini-class attendees will receive a Segura Viudas gift!

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Pay-at-the-Door Reservations: info@sorrynotsorryla.com

Beer Tasting & Brunch

SUN, June 27

Sorry Not Sorry and Delirium collaborate to celebrate “Pretty In Pink”. The day will include complimentary samples of Delirium beers, gifts with Delirium purchases, Delirium beer flights, beer mini-classes and special brunch menus.

$45 online / $55 at the door

Brand representative, Jay Baum, will lead you in a fun and educational “mini-class” featuring Delirium beers from Belgium. Try the Tremens, Deliria, Nocturnum, and Red while learning how beer is made, the history behind the Pink Elephant, and how to taste beer like a pro. After your mini class, retire to your private picnic table to enjoy our signature Delirium cocktail of the day – the Red Baron made with Luxardo cherries and Delirium Red. Your beer cocktail will be paired with a brunchy burger, a choice of wild greens or fries, and fresh fruit. Your sweet ending is our 5 Spice Chocolate Brownie A La Mode (pairs with Nocturnum). Your ticket price includes the beer flight, mini-class, beer cocktail, entrée, and dessert. All mini-class attendees will receive A Delirium Elephant Glass!

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Pay-at-the-Door Reservations: info@sorrynotsorryla.com

Let’s Start a Conversation

Sorry Not Sorry is proud to host “Creating Our New Normal,” a formal reception and panel discussion to end our “12 Days of Pride” event series. Panel moderator Len Lanzi of Stubbs Alderton & Markiles LLP, will welcome intersectional queer panelists from a wide range of industries to talk about post-COVID opportunities for redefining norms within the queer community and its relationship to the culture at large.

“Creating Our New Normal”
Reception & Panel Discussion

WED, June 30, 6 pm

It can’t be “party all the time, party all the time” right? But, don’t worry. We’ll keep our final reception and “AMA” (Ask Me Anything) style panel discussion fun with lively music, strong ass cocktails, and a special menu for event participants.

From the owner, Chef Kim Vu, “My great hope is to bring value to the queer community through this panel discussion and reception. Whether it be personal insight, career advice, or emotional encouragement, first and foremost, this event is meant to add value to their life. I’m sure it will be insightful for those who aren’t queer, and hopefully it will help us become better allies to the queer community.”

In addition to featuring Michters, a woman-made whiskey by master distiller Pamela Heilmann, we’ll also be featuring La Gritona Tequila. Loosely translated as “The Screaming Woman”, this 100% blue agave spirit is distilled by Melly Barajas in a small distillery in Jalisco. Every step of production takes place under one roof and the facility is overseen by a small staff of local women that work each process. This tequila is not just small batch and craft-made, it’s woman-made start to finish.

There is no charge for the reception, but you must RSVP to: info@sorrynotsorryla.com


Len Lanzi (Moderator)

Managing Director of the Preccelerator Program for Stubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP, Board of Directors Rotary Club & Meals on Wheels

Leonard M. Lanzi has over 30 years of organization management and fund development experience. Currently Len serves as the Managing Director of the Preccelerator Program for Stubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP. In that role, Len works with Tech Startup portfolio companies as they prepare for product launch and venture fundraising. Previously, Len served as the Executive Director of the Los Angeles Venture Association from 2007-2019.

Len brings a well-rounded knowledge from such diverse human service organizations as the Community Kitchen of Santa Barbara, Court Appointed Special Advocates, Junior Achievement of Southern California and the Boy Scouts of America.

Leonard graduated from the University of Rochester with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He has professional certification from Pepperdine University on Private Capital Markets. He is an active member of the Rotary Club of Santa Monica where he served on its Board of Directors as VP Programs. Leonard also serves as Board Chair for Meals on Wheels West, as a director for Rotarians for Family Health and AIDS Prevention, Board Treasurer for the Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce and the Board of Governors for StartOut, a nationwide entrepreneurial organization for the LGBT community.

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Liza Katsman

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Consulting, Board of Directors LGBTQ Alumni Association (UCLA Anderson)

Liza Katsman (she/her) is a DE&I (diversity, equity, and inclusion) consultant and facilitator, focused on helping organizations and leaders foster environments of belonging for their employees. She received her MBA from UCLA Anderson, and currently co-leads the Anderson Alumni for Equity group and is on the board of the LGBTQ+ Alumni Association. She previously worked at Sony Pictures, where she helped develop equity-focused initiatives, including a short-film showcase for underrepresented women filmmakers. Her B.S. is from UCLA, focused on neuroscience of memory and learning, with a minor in education inequity.

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Jonathan Wilson

M&A, Strategy, and Operations Consulting, Social Justice Task Force Leader

Jonathan Wilson is the President and Chief Value Creator for a small management consulting firm focused on delivering M&A, Strategy, and Operations solutions. For almost 20 years, Jonathan worked exclusively with Fortune 500 companies developing and executing both inorganic growth initiatives (M&A – acquisitions and divestitures) and organic growth initiatives to enhance profitability through increased revenue and / or realized cost savings. Over the past few years, Jonathan has pivoted to focused partnerships with organizations, where annual revenues are below $1B as well as select Fortune 500 companies.

In addition to running his firm, Jonathan is the President of the UCLA Anderson Black Alumni (ABA) association, the Vice Chair of the Programs Committee for the Los Angeles Urban League, and was recently selected to serve on the Social Justice Task Force for the City of West Hollywood.

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Kathleen Cohen

XR Experience Strategist and Tech Humanist, Former Creative Producer for DreamWorks Interactive, IBM Centers for Innovation, & Disney Parks and Resorts

Kathleen Cohen is an XR Experience Strategist and Tech Humanist with over 25+ years building both user and guest experiences. Kathleen’s background includes working as a Creative Producer for DreamWorks Interactive, IBM Centers for Innovation, and Disney Parks & Resorts. Kathleen also was the former Vice President of Digital Innovation & Integration for the National Constitution Center helping to tell the contemporary story of the U.S. Constitution while also contributing to U.S. Heritage Tourism. She has a personal commitment to the Persons with Disabilities community, as well as the Black Tech Mentorship Platform. Kathleen sits on the Board of holoride (Munich); recent winners of the 2021 SXSW Pitch for Best in Show and Entertainment, Gaming, Content. Also, holoride just closed their $12M Series A round. For the past three years, Kathleen also has been the Jury Chair and Keynote Speaker at the AUREA AR/VR Awards hosted by MackNext & Europa-Park in Rust, Germany. Europe’s 2nd largest themed attraction, second to Disneyland Paris.

Kathleen’s consultancy, the Collaboratorium focuses on immersive tech, AI/ML, XR and spatial computing projects as it relates to virtual beings/digital twins inside themed attractions, location-based entertainment and other business vertical, world-building projects. Kathleen focuses on product development with future storytelling narratives. Her interest is the near future of man+machine and the human expansion supporting it. Kathleen and her team are currently building a Likeness & Legacy project. Her latest talks are: The Future and Present Converge(s); a talk about teleportation, and Meet Your Digital Twin, a talk about the land rush to recreating humans.

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Zac Peeples

Director of eCommerce at FIJI Water, Board of Directors at wayOUT

Zac Peeples isa Director of eCommerce at FIJI Water and has worked at Wonderful for nearly 5 years. In his current role, he runs Wonderful’s Home Delivery programs, which includes our website and all orders placed through it. In his personal life, he’s on the Board of Directors of wayOUT, a non-profit dedicated to advancing organizations and programs that support LGBTQ+ youth in rural and conservative parts of the country. He founded the Los Angeles chapter in 2019, and since its inception, wayOUT has raised over $825,000 for 14 life-saving organizations across the country. When he has time outside of work and wayOUT, he loves to spend it running, cooking, and traveling.

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Covid 19 Safety Restrictions

As of June 15, 2021, the LA County Department of Public Health has lifted many of their COVID-19 operating protocols for businesses. You can read all the latest details here.

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