This pandemic pop-up grew a loyal following selling boxes of fish and chips with vegetables and cold Coors, then rocketed to celebrity status when they switched the format to a fish sandwich. They started out offering pickups from their Echo Park bungalow, then expanded to Smorgasburg, and now they have taken over a procession of restaurants around town. There was the long-running pop-up at Highland Park’s Checker Hall, and now they’ve bounced around spots like Crudo e Nudo, Dudley Market, Chainsaw, and Ojai’s Pinyon. Wherever they go, founders Anna Sonenshein, Forrest Florsheim, and Niki Vahle bring their immaculate menu of crudos, smoked fish dip, and whole fried seafood with them. And don’t overlook their vegetables, which run headlong towards the bitter, punchy end of the spectrum, a perfect complement to fried things and natural wine.
How to order: Check their Instagram for dinner date announcements.