Eat ShopHouse For Free (In a Graveyard While Watching a Kevin Bacon Movie) This Weekend

Get your grub on with the ghosts of rice bowls past

A quick-serve pan-Asian rice bowl and two hours of American hero Kevin Bacon projected the big screen: What could be better on a Sunday night?

ShopHouse Southeastern Asian Kitchen—The Chipotle-owned counter service concept that opened its first test store in Washington D.C. back in 2011 and has since slowly rolled out six more along the eastern seaboard and three in L.A.—will be dishing out free bowls at the Sundance Next Fest on Sunday August 2nd.

The event is presented in partnership with Cinespia and, in classic Cinespia fashion, held in the Hollywood Forever Graveyard. Doors open at 6 p.m., which is when you can get your fill of Thai-inspired ShopHouse specialties like steak larb, chicken satay, green curry, eggplant with basil, and papaya salad—but the real fun doesn’t start until 8:30. That’s when the screening starts for Kevin Bacon’s newest thriller Cop Car, whose IMDB plot summary is simply, “A small town sheriff sets out to find the two kids who have taken his car on a joy ride.”

Tickets are $14 for the showing and you need to order them in advance right here. Come get a rice bowl and a thick slice of Bacon.