Channing Sargent
September 18, 2016 12:08 pm

People are stepping inside a cube for this out-of-the box dining experience in Downtown Los Angeles. The pop-up restaurant, open since June, occupies a 10,000-square-foot former fabric warehouse in LA’s arts district. However, the guest list is capped at an intimate 40 people each night.

According to LA Weekly, the courses take inspiration from Los Angeles farmers markets and include ingredients such as heirloom tomatoes, torpedo onions, fresh cavatelli pasta, chicken confit, and red wine-braised short ribs. Um, is your mouth watering yet?

Called MonkeyTown (because this restaurant is #bananas, obvs) was first seen in Brooklyn before it moved to Barcelona, Denver, and Austin. Los Angeles is the pop-up’s final stop, and ends for good on October 1.

If you can, get yourself to this rad intersection where art meets music meets food, because you may not have the chance to see anything like it again.