Event Alert: A Korean and Thai Street Food Fest at Heirloom L.A.

Poketo pops-up at Heirloom L.A. in Eagle Rock

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What: On Friday, October 4, the design-savvy shop Poketo, based in downtown L.A., dresses up Heirloom L.A. The two tastemakers join forces to transform Heirloom L.A.’s back patio into a Thai and Korean Street Fair. Live music, games, a photobooth and, of course, food will be on offer all night.

After tray passed appetizers and soju cocktails, join guests at one of four feasting stations: The Grill will serve up Kalbi beef, Bulgolgi pork, and spicy bok choy; The Fryer will offer Kyochon-style chicken wings and housemade kimchee; The Wok station will be slinging boat noodle soup, and beef meatballs with rice noodles; A Lettuce Wrap station will have crispy pork with thai basil and chili as well as beef larb with pickled red onions and sesame. Vegetarian items and plenty of sweets will also be served.

When: Friday, October 4 from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m.
Where: Heirloom L.A., 4126 Verdugo Rd., Eagle Rock.
How: The feast is $45 per person (until 9/27, and then the price jumps to $65—so get your tickets now!) and all inclusive. Reservations are required.

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