Missing Campanile on La Brea? You can get a taste of Mark Peel again for four nights only starting this Thursday, but make your reservations now.
Cooking for the pubic for the first time since Campanile closed in November 2012, Chef Mark Peel will be team up with his chef de cuisine Christopher Eddy for a short run Feb. 21-24 at Square One Dining, 4854 Fountain in Hollywood, east of Vermont.
The four night stint is part of this is not a pop-up, a relatively new dining enterprise by Helena Brown and Helen Springut that provides short-term and ongoing culinary projects to chefs who are looking to try something a little different. Past chefs have included CJ Jacobson, James Trees, Adam Gertler, Bruce Kalman, Evan Funke and Tyler Wells, while Phillip Frankland Lee, Farid Zadi and Barbara Brass are scheduled for upcoming dates in March.
Peel’s five course feast for the pop-up is priced at $50 (byob) and will include a cedar-smoked salmon, slow roasted tomato frisee, a wild mushroom ramen, beef short rib and a creme fraiche & armagnac ice cream. Vegetarian options will also be available. The full menu with links for reservations can be found online.
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finally, some good news!