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Art's District Resident Brings in KTCHN DTLA for Bar Fare

Changes abound as Resident foregoes food trucks in favor of a fixed menu

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Resident, Arts District
Resident, Arts District
Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Rather than continue to rotate through a collection of food trucks, it looks as though Resident in the Arts District will be moving their food program in-house thanks to a partnership with KTCHN DTLA. The three month old bar and event space has until now been keen to let imbibers grab snacks from whichever truck showed up on a given night, but with the KTCHN DTLA matchup the plan will be to craft a dedicated menu, available every night.

As of this month, KTCHN DTLA chef Felix Barron is crafting a menu for folks sitting out in the beer garden, working options as diverse as breakfast burritos, pulled pork sandwiches, and falafel wraps. Everything is priced in the $10 zone, and available all day long. It’s a simple move that makes a lot of sense as Resident continues to grow, especially considering they’re primarily a bar and evening music venue, but keep hours as early as noon every day.

The full menu for the new Resident x KTCHN DTLA partnership is below. As time goes on, expect things to change up from this list, but this is the current offer sheet for April.

Ktchn Dtla - Resident Menu


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