Vespertine Chef Jordan Kahn Is Bringing an Ambitious Pop-Up to Hollywood

Called Ephemera, Kahn’s latest project is being billed as a ”temporary gastronomic installation”
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • September 28, 2020
While many L.A. restaurants have gotten creative with their outdoor spaces—turning parking lots into piazzas and the like—to offer al fresco dining amidst COVID-19 precautions, Vespertine chef Jordan Kahn is, of course, taking things further....
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