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Ricardo Zarate Debuts First Menu for Upcoming Restaurant Rosaliné

Rosaliné is the Peruvian chef's first restaurant venture in years

Ricardo Zarate
Ricardo Zarate
Elizabeth Daniels
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.

Want a get an early peek at Peruvian chef Ricardo Zarate’s forthcoming restaurant Rosaliné? Well the building itself is still under construction, but if you’re interested in what’s going to be on the plate then make your way to the new Downtown Feastly loft for a pop-up dinner hosted by the man himself.

The one night only dinner goes down this Friday, July 22 and runs $75 (or $115 with wine). For that price you’ll get a multi-course meal with options like a prime beef crostini, Scottish ocean trout tiradito, and pork belly chicharonnes. It’ll be anyone’s first full opportunity to taste Zarate’s upcoming menu for Rosaliné, outside of the limited meals he was serving at Coachella a few months back.

It’s the latest coup for Feastly, the new pop-up operation currently working out of a Downtown loft space. So far the company has held events for locals like Golden Boys Chinese (who are now doing dinners at Unit 120 in Chinatown) as well as Jason Fullilove’s recent Southern-style series Barbara Jean. Tickets for the Rosaliné event can be found here.