A new Fairfax burger spot is bridging quality and affordability

Trophies Burger Club

A vintage-inspired burger joint opens on Fairfax this month from a team of industry experts. Trophies Burger Club, serving burgers, shakes and fries from chef partner and burger enthusiast Geo Delgado (Everson Royce Bar, Here & Now, Burgers 99) and owners owners Francis Miranda (Daybird, Pearl’s Finest Teas, Nightshade) and Robert Panlilio (streetwear brand Crooks & Castles), scheduled to launch September 15 and 16 for a limited time and hold grand opening on September 17. Each item on Trophies’ menu costs less than $10, as it aims to serve high-quality food and near-quick food prices. Burgers can come in a variety of styles, but they all come with a custom combination of brisket, chuck, and rib eye. Off-menu specials will be posted to the restaurant’s Instagram account, and collaborations with other chefs will periodically add additional selections; the first collaborative burger, made with “Top Chef’s” Mei Lin, is expected to drop in price in October. Regular Burger Club hours will be from noon to 9. evening from Tuesday to Sunday.

519 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, trophyburgerclub.com


Silver Lake’s All Day Baby opened a restaurant within a restaurant, running All Day Baby’s regular breakfast and lunch operations from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Wednesday to Sunday), then switch to a Vietnamese restaurant in the style of Latin Tet-a-Tet. from 6 to 10 pm (Wednesday to Saturday). Discover the annual pop-up from owners Lien Ta and Jonathan Whitener in which they celebrate Tet, Vietnam’s Lunar New Year, the Tet menu featuring green crab fried rice, Jidori chicken rolls, whole fried fish with caramelized fish sauce , stewed oxtail with salsa macha and more, and will run indefinitely. The All Day Baby’s bar program will be held during Tet, as well as new cocktails that combine Vietnamese and Mexican flavors such as Mexican whiskey laced with jasmine and Japanese whiskey with Asian pear and pickled nanche.

3200 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, (323) 741-0082, tetatetla.com

An aerial shot of a variety of dishes, including chicken wings, banh mi and banh cuon.

Tet-a-Tet is the new dinner-only restaurant during All Day Baby, serving Vietnamese dishes with Latin inspiration. The original idea began as a conversation between owners Lien Ta and Jonathan Whitener more than a decade ago.

(Andre Karimloo / Tet-a-Tet)

Mother Den: California Izakaya

The Venice Den Mother wellness center now features an outdoor California-inspired Japanese lounge serving small plates of plants created by Butcher’s Daughter, plus latte, tea, sake, and craft beer. public and natural wine. California Izakaya’s food menu includes dishes such as spicy jackfruit “crab” inari; Fried chickpeas with Japanese curry sauce; chilled cup noodles salad; and edamame and tofu dip. Mother Den: California Izakaya is open from 3 to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.

1209 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Los Angeles, (310) 310-8905, mother.com

A photo of a hand holding half a cheddar breakfast burrito on a turquoise wall.

Pop-up Lowkey Burritos now serve cheddar-wrapped, foil-baked breakfast burritos from an open window in Hollywood.

(Stephanie Breijo / Los Angeles Times)

Lowkey Burritos

After four years as a mobile pop-up, some LA’s best breakfast burritos are getting a traditional home in Hollywood. Owner Matt Stevanus opened Lowkey Burritos in the former Bestie space as an ascent for breakfast and lunch, serving packaged burritos with the option of topping with shredded cheese. The restaurant offers the same pop-up burrito flavors, along with new options like the $5 smaller burrito; savory breakfast bowls; and retooling pop-up specials, such as crunchwrap, which are now sold as permanent items. Lowkey Burritos are open from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, with daily activities planned for the future.

5940 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, instagram.com/lowkey_burritos

Shin Starry Kitchen

Restaurant praise and award-winner 101 Starry Kitchen List stop serving food in Button Mash in 2020 due to the pandemic, and while Nguyen Tran and Thi Tran are operating without any kind of restaurant-service capacity, the chefs and founders recently brought back one of their signature items. Starry Kitchen to recreate the house. Through Shin Starry Kitchen, the latest iteration of the business, the pop-up store is selling frozen meal kits for the chefs’ famous garlic noodles. Orders can be placed online; Shuttle service is available at scheduled times at Little Fatty in Mar Vista on Saturdays and Crème Caramel in Sherman Oaks on Sundays.


A Chinese container of frozen garlic noodles in one hand leans against a black wall.

Asian-inspired restaurant Starry Kitchen, formerly located in Button Mash, is back with a new merchandising selling the popular frozen garlic noodles.

(Stephanie Breijo / Los Angeles T)

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