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An All-S’Mores Restaurant Is Opening on Fairfax Soon

Plus celebrity burgers and Lost Knight’s next steps

Gotta Have S’More
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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.

S’mores for all

The southern stretch of Fairfax is getting its own kitschy new bakery soon, called Gotta Have S’More. The longtime online retailer is moving into the brick-and-mortar food service business, opening up at 1066 S. Fairfax Avenue next month, in the Little Ethiopia neighborhood.

Unlike traditional wide-ranging bakeries, Gotta Have S’More is truly just a stop for all things s’mores, the childhood creation of marshmallows, chocolate, and graham cracker. Expect cupcake-sized versions that can be customized for corporate events and birthday parties, plus the addition of coffee and some breakfast options. Lunch is in the works down the line.

Phil and hot chicken

There’s a fun new weekend event coming up this weekend at Dynasty Typewriter, featuring Phil Rosenthal, Ben Blacker, Danny Trejo, Niki Nakayama, and chicken from Dave’s Hot Chicken. Tickets are $15.

What’s next?

The Lost Knight is officially closed in Echo Park, having held its final night of service late last month. Eater reached out to the Wolf & Crane team that have taken over the space to see what’s next, but so far no word back.

Tonight is the Last Night at The Lost Knight. Come drink, dance, and say farewell.

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Bluebird sings

LA Times talks Bluebird Brasserie from a beer perspective. The new ABC project up in the Valley is all about the Belgian lifestyle, from its rustic look to its food to the beer that’s being made on site.

Clean Made for days

There’s a new healthy-eating festival coming to Downtown on May 20. It’s called Clean Made, and it focuses on all things health and wellness, with food from places like Beacon in Echo Park, Locali, Amazebowls, and more.

Sleep no more

The royal wedding is coming up this month, and that means it’s slumber party time at The Cat & Fiddle on Highland. The British pub is hosting a sleepover of sorts, letting in ticketed ($25) diners and drinkers starting at 2 a.m. on May 19 to watch the festivities. Costumes encouraged, and raffle prizes will be rampant.

Rocking burgers

Grill ‘Em All is known for its outlandish heavy metal burgers, and occasionally the rockers that inspire the Alhambra restaurant’s menu stop in for a bite themselves. Case in point below.