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As previously mentioned, Royal/T in Culver City will soon be no more. The colorful café/retail/art haven will officially close its doors at the end of this month, meaning that everything—including their jewelry-happy Onch Movement pop-up shop—will go along with it.
In light of Royal/T's looming shutter, owner Susan Hancock has prepped a heap of farewell festivities, including a cute tea party workshop with invitation aficionados Paper Architect this Saturday, July 21st from 10am to 12pm (buy tix here) and a live music-infused brunch on Sunday, July 22nd. For all the foodies out there, our friends at Eater LA also note that the space is hosting a two-night culinary pop-up with Cordero Negro next week.
As for Onch, the LA-based jewelry line's zany concept shop filled with bold, colorful baubles shaped like ice creams and lollipops favored by Paris Hilton and Nicki Minaj will remain open daily through Friday, July 27th. Swing by Royal/T to bid adieu (and become the proud owner of a bacon bracelet) today.
· Royal/T [Official Site]
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