Tamara Catz boutique, the designer’s second store in the U.S., at 1144 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice. (808) 579-9184.
Burger Lounge, serving grass-fed burgers, salads and other items, at 213 Arizona Ave., Santa Monica. (424) 238-8950.
Seasons 52, a fresh grill and wine bar serving seasonally inspired dining choices, at 1501 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica. (310) 451-1152.
Casa Martin, a family owned and operated Mexican restaurant, at 1654 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica. (310) 663-1732.
The Lemondrop Club, a nightclub offering 1970s and 80s-era music and entertainment including, comedy and magic shows, atop the Radisson LAX hotel, 6225 W. Century Blvd., Westchester.

Coming SOON:
Paiche, a Peruvian izakaya restaurant from chef Ricardo Zarate, at 13488 Maxella Ave., Marina del Rey. (310) 893-6100.

Bright Now! Dental offices are slated to open Friday, April 19 at 8611 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Westchester.

Planet Raw, a vegetarian and raw food restaurant, has moved from 609 Broadway in Santa Monica to a new location at Lincoln and Washington boulevards in Marina del Rey.
Surfing Cowboys, a beach culture merchandise shop, has moved from 1624 Abbot Kinney Blvd. in Venice to a new location at 12553 Venice Blvd. in Mar Vista. (310) 915-6611.

Beyond Scents, a store selling custom blended fragrances and other beauty products at the Waterside Shopping Center in Marina del Rey since 1990, is closing. The final day will be Sunday, April 7. Hours until then are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Ann, the owner, is retiring after 20 years. Telephone and Internet sales of custom-blended bath and body products will continue with the same local and toll-free numbers. (310) 823-1022,

Indyplush dolls are environmentally friendly and manufactured in Marina del Rey and Santa Monica. Made from recycled materials, they are available in the Ritz-Carlton Hotel gift shop, 375 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey.

The Ferris wheel at Pacific Park amusement park on the Santa Monica Pier was selected as one of the “World’s Coolest Ferris Wheels” by Travel + Leisure magazine in its March issue. The wheel, which has been featured in movies like “Iron Man,” uses a solar-powered design and glows in neon at night.