Tickets to the Performance Lounge show are sold out. You can catch the show via this LIVE STREAM, a one-time-only event by purchasing tickets below.
If you live in our area, our full menu is available for takeout or delivery. Pre-order by calling us directly 562.596.2199 or Click Here To Order Food For Takeout Or Delivery
All seating is FAMILY STYLE in your own home – the safest seat in the house.
1. Doors open when you want. The show starts at 6pm PST
2. There is no minimum for each guest. The menu is whatever you make.
(But remember, for the full experience, Spaghettini does do take out for those in our area.)
3. There is no need to make a separate reservation for your dining room.
4. Dancing is totally allowed. Actually, it’s encouraged.
5. Alcoholic beverages may be consumed in your own home.
6. Flash photography is allowed. Selfies are also allowed – don’t forget to tag @spaghettinisb
The road is long which led Ariana Savalas from attending a Catholic convent school to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art studying Shakespeare in London, to the burlesque theater and gaining international fame as one of the founding members of the vintage phenomenon, Postmodern Jukebox. Her collaborations with Postmodern Jukebox, timeless in a way that parallels her own original music, have garnered hundreds of millions of views and repeatedly reached #1 on the iTunes charts. She’s traveled the world on tour, from Vienna to Singapore, performing for thousands in renowned venues such as Radio City Music Hall, The Greek Theater, and the O2 in London.
A singer, songwriter, dancer, and multi-instrumentalist, the PMJ princess has solidified herself as the musical burlesque queen and the mistress of the modern Moulin Rouge. Now, with the release of her first major studio album, The Dead Dance, Ariana delves even further into the alternative and avant-garde depths of her artistry. The wonderful collection of profound, mysterious, mischievous, and somehow erotic songs on her record seems to build its own little world, reminiscent of the art-pop stars in the days of Annie Lennox and David Bowie while simultaneously harkening to the dark, mystical world of the Weimar German Cabarets and Parisian Burlesques which formed Savalas’ life and career.