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Italy’s Most Instagram-Famous Sandwich Makers Pop Up at Mozza in Two Weeks

Plus El Tejano adds another, and Banh Oui branches out (again)

A sandwich from Italy protrudes with sliced meat and focaccia.
All’Antico Vinaio
All’Antico Vinaio
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.

Sandwich arrival

It’s almost time for the arrival of All’Antico Vinaio, the famed Italian sandwich shop, to Los Angeles. The Florence restaurant is popping up at Mozza2Go from October 21 through October 27, doing lunch hours only from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or until sellout). The menu will include several prosciutto options, a porchetta and ‘nduja cream sandwich, and a classic caprese, among others, with bread baked on-site by the Mozza team.

Another one

The folks behind El Tejano opened their new West Hollywood location last night on La Cienega. The former Inkwell / Spanish Kitchen space is now serving up a variety of Tex Mex specialities and cocktails.

Growing the team

Banh Oui has expanded its team, bringing in Amy Taylor (Gwen) to help oversee the baking and pastry side of things at the company’s new shop on Melrose. Expect an expansion into things like doughnuts, a more robust breakfast program, and lots of bread. The plan is to push Oui Bakery into its own thing, and even land a stand at the weekly Hollywood Farmers market.

Superiority Burger arrives

New York City’s popular Superiority Burger is doing a four-day pop-up run through Los Angeles this month, reports the LA Times. The small NYC restaurant won’t actually be making their namesake veggie burgers, but instead will do a variety of one-off dishes at places like Sqirl, Tartine Sycamore, Night + Market, and the Cha Cha Lounge in Silver Lake, all starting October 27.

A proud voice

Eagle Rock Brewery’s Ting Su is leading a “feminist revolution” in the city’s craft beer scene. That’s according to beer publication October, which chronicles Su’s many steps through the vast brewing scene and her recent run-in with a serial litigant who had a problem with Su’s Womens Beer Forums.

Drinking updates, continued

Speaking of beer, Food GPS talks anniversaries and updates on the beer and distilling scene in Long Beach, which has absolutely exploded in recent years.

Fall eating tips

It’s the last run of paella nights at Gasolina Cafe in Woodland Hills for a while, so best to get on the list now. The Friday and Saturday evening menus span several different choices, from seafood to vegan options.