The Echo Park-born pop-up, Little Fish, will soon get a Los Angeles brick-and-mortar, according to reports by Eater.
Founded by Anna Sonenshein and Niki Vahle out of their home in Los Angeles, Little Fish provides pop-ups, private catering, event planning, and more.
“Our seafood-focused menus always prioritize high quality, sustainable sourcing, and we use California produce whenever possible,” explains the concept’s website.
Some notable offerings include The Old Bay Shrimp Roll, which ties together buttered Ginza nishikawa shokupan, pickled green tomato, and togarashi; grilled artichoke with curry hollandaise; creamy crab toast; and a crackle-battered fish sandwich piled high with pickles, sauce, and melted American cheese.
When asked when the incoming stationary venue would debut, Sonenshein told What Now Los Angeles, “We don’t have an opening date right now.”
In the meantime, those eager to relish Little Fish’s unique creations can visit their Instagram for details regarding pop-ups and residencies.