11 must-try pop-ups, the next generation of L.A. dining

These 11 popups point the way forward in L.A. dining.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • December 8, 2021
Takeout projects, social media-based microbusinesses, collaborations between bricks-and-mortar restaurants and independent operators, underground events. The term “pop-up” has become a catch-all phrase. It encompasses the many ways that chefs feed...
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