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CHEF’S CHOICE


terrarium with coastal herbs. Art and music are heavily incorporated, and drinks are BYOB. à Sign up at becausethewind.com; suggested donation $95


Sharksteeth Chef Craig Thornton gained critical acclaim with his


phenomenal pop-up, Wolvesmouth, and has since expanded his talents to Sharksteeth, a new supper club that focuses on seafood. Held on select weekends each month in Thornton’s Eastside bungalow, the BYOB, 20-person dinner features stunning plates in a convivial atmosphere. Menus change frequently, but you may find yourself diving into ocean trout with tarragon horseradish or halibut in a sea of corn chowder. à Purchase tickets at wolvesmouth.com/sharksteeth; average price $95


Re Creo Supper Club Bringing together an intimate group (parties range


Disco Dining Club


from 12 to 36 diners) under twinkling lights in a Downtown loft, Re Creo showcases executive chef Jean Valcarcel’s love for adventurous cuisine. Valcarcel, who previously worked at Mo-Chica and Bestia, crafts an ever-changing, multicourse meal that revolves around a theme; beer, wine and cocktails are also offered. Past themes include a “Southeast Asian Christmas Party” (Vietnamese coffee-glazed pork belly) and “The Foodture is Now” (Pop Rocks pineapple mojito bites). Stay tuned for the “Japanese Monster Movie” dinner in late October. à Sign up at recreosupperclub.com; suggested donation $65-$85


Disco Dining Club Jessica Koslow


Sqirl à 720 N Virgil #4 (323-284-8147, sqirlla.com)


As L.A.’s undisputed queen of breakfast, Jessica Koslow has been feeding us her homemade jam and heavenly toast since Sqirl opened five years ago. Her first cookbook, Everything I Want to Eat, is now on shelves and a second location, Sqirl Away, is in the works next door, but the busy chef still took time to chat with us about her favorite places to eat and drink in L.A.


Go-to breakfast “I’ll stop by Proof Bakery (3156 Glendale Blvd; proofbakery.com) for a croissant. Or head to Bonjuk (3551 Wilshire Blvd; bonjuk.com) for the vegetarian combination porridge.”


Loaf love “Lodge Bread (11918 Washington Blvd, Culver City; lodgebread.com) is making some delicious, naturally leavened bread—the seeded country is my favorite.”


Sweet spot “Ice cream, ideally from Sweet Rose Creamery (225 26th St, Santa Monica; sweetrosecreamery.com).”


Foodshop 33 Re Creo Supper Club


Beer, wine or cocktails “I have a soft spot for the tropical cocktails at Tiki-Ti (4427 Sunset Blvd; tiki-ti.com). They’re sweet and strong, and it’s such a ridiculous place to hang out.”


October–December 2016 Time Out Los Angeles


PHOTOGRAPHS: SPREAD (CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT): JAKOB N. LAYMAN; COURTESY JESSICA KOSLOW; COURTESY RE CREO SUPPER CLUB; COURTESY FOODSHOP


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