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A Nameless Club/Restaurant is Now Soft Open on Fairfax

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Matthew Kang is the Lead Editor of Eater LA. He has covered dining, restaurants, food culture, and nightlife in Los Angeles since 2008. He's the host of K-Town, a YouTube series covering Korean food in America, and has been featured in Netflix's Street Food show.

The venue formerly thought to be called Community, but actually possesses no official name, is now soft open on Fairfax in the former Largo space. The completely reworked restaurant/bar and music venue is open by invitation only through a black business card containing a phone number, nothing else. Founders Bryan Ling and Jordan Buky have insisted that the venue has no name, though the look and feel of the inside has a sort of weathered underground approach going on. According to Ling, they "are trying to fly under the radar in order to establish a vibe."

How does one establish a vibe with zero outreach to the public? Well, one will just have to have the right connection, or know the right people. It's hard to tell if this approach is plain Hollywood arrogance or hipster too-cool-for-school. Good luck trying to Yelp or Google this place. Unless one tap on the space bar is something Google can search for. This location has been vacant for years after Largo decamped to La Cienega.
·Private Clubs: The Largo Space Has Been Reborn [LAMag]
·New Bar Plans to Rock Fairfax in Old Largo Space [~ELA~]


428 N Fairfax Ave Los Angeles, CA 90036