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In Advance of Lock & Key, Stall 239 Softly Serves

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Lock & Key, the Great Gatsby-themed, 1920s era speakeasy coming to Koreatown, is still under construction. However, with the neighborhood eager to get a taste, ownership softly-opened Stall 239, a food window, last week. The menu at Stall 239 is an interesting take on worldly street food eats. In a nod to the neighborhood, there are Kalbi kabobs and a Kalbi short rib sandwich with kimchi, but the Korean-style items end there. Also find pastrami on rye, Taiwanese-style fried chicken, poutine and a selection of subs, including a build-your-own option. Fries, slaw and rice are side dish options while a deep-fried PB&J is the only dessert option. Currently testing out their flow on the public, Stall 239 is located near the corner of Third and Vermont.
·Lock & Key, a 1920s Themed Speakeasy, to K-Town [~ELA~]

Stall 239

239 S. Vermont Ave Los Angeles, California 90004

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