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MY FAVORITE WEEKEND

Peri Gilpin

March 29, 2001|STEVEN LINAN

* The actress plays producer Roz Doyle on "Frasier," which airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on NBC.

Art Lovers: My husband [artist Christian Vincent] and I see a lot of art at a lot of galleries. There's always something interesting at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica. Robertson has a couple of really great galleries. We'll go see what's happening at LACMA. Christian is interested in seeing everything.

Grilled Goods: On Friday nights, two of our favorite restaurants are Orso and the Ivy. A lot of times we'll meet friends at Orso and have the seafood grill, which is delicious. And at the Ivy, there's the corn chowder. When we're not trying to watch our waistline, we just order the big ol' fish and chips platter. And we recently went to Chadwick on South Beverly. It's a French restaurant that was divine. Everything was prepared beautifully. I had Dover sole and it was delicious.

Shop or Drop: If we've got gifts to buy, we'll go down to Hollyhock in West Hollywood or Fred Segal. They've always got interesting gift ideas, and you can always count on them to have something special. We both like to shop for gifts. We'll try to find something really classic or beautiful.

Going Places: Since I've gotten married, we travel a lot. His work takes us all over the place, which is really fun. We go to San Francisco or Chicago for the art fairs. We really travel quite a bit, but it's always so great to get home. And we love to drive around and look at houses too. We'll go to open houses or we'll just drive around and look at places. If there's one that's interesting and it's open, we'll go look. We love to look at the way people have landscaped and the way they've done their doors or how they painted and added on. We're just interested in buildings.

A Dog's World: Our dogs run our lives. The biggest one is 30 pounds. They're all small or medium-sized dogs. They're easy to walk and they love to roam. They're well-behaved. They're kind of nuts, but they're fun. They keep us in line.

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