Smorgasburg Reopens for 2020 with a Fresh Batch of Vendors

Who will be this year’s break-out hit?
Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • January 8, 2020
Think back to January 2019. (We know, it seems ridiculously long ago.) When Smorgasburg launched for the season they debuted a handful of new vendors, including a little stand called Tacos 1986. That charismatic operation would go on to be one of...
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