Smorgasburg Returns This Weekend with a Bunch of New Vendors

A bunch of those pop-ups you’ve been dying to try will all be in one place once a week starting Sunday
Gwynedd Stuart • Los Angeles Magazine • June 30, 2021
Like most other things that are good, Smorgasburg L.A. had to pack it in and endure a long hiatus thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. On Sunday, July 4, the Brooklyn-transplanted outdoor food market returns to ROW DTLA with a bunch of new vendors,...
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