Where to Eat this Weekend in Los Angeles (if you can bribe a ticket holder): Trois Mec

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The riced potatoes with brown butter, onion soubise, bonito flakes and Salers cheese at Trois Mec. (Photo: Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times / May 31, 2013)

Jonathan Gold discusses Trois Mec, the much anticipated brick and mortar from Ludo LeFebvre and partners Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo. Known for his popular LudoBites pop ups, LeFebvre has settled down in a 26 seat former Raffallo’s Pizza spot tucked in the corner of a nondescript parking lot at Highland and Melrose. The dinner is a set menu (with a vegetarian option) for $75 plus tax and tip. Wine is not included in the price. Instead of making reservations, guests are required to purchase tickets for dinner in advance. The next group of tickets goes on sale on Friday, July 12th at 8am. 

Trois Mec

716 N Highland Avenue

Los Angeles

All of Jonathan Gold’s restaurant suggestions are on the Good Food Restaurant Map.