Don't miss these essential pop-up restaurants

Some of L.A.'s best cooking comes from pop-up restaurants. These are some of the best.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • May 28, 2021
Adda the Hangout For his monthly pop-ups that operate out of Crafted Kitchen in the Arts District, Pranav Sinha keeps the menu to four or five dishes culled from the cuisines of India. Punjabi-style murgh makhana (a.k.a. butter chicken), attuned...
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