The chefs of Annie’s Edibles have brought The Sunday Soul Food Pop Up to Fairfax’s Little Ethiopia from 11:30 am to 6 pm weekly. The LA-based catering company is a favorite of clients ranging from the NFL Network and Nike to TMZ.
Founder Annalisa Johnson says she wants her newly launched pop-up to be a place where neighbors, friends, family, and strangers can stop by for “funk music, fried chicken, and a hug.”
Since the pop-up is family owned and operated, you might even see Johnson’s 11-year old son chatting up guests and refilling glasses of strawberry lemonade. Other beverage options include purple rain punch.
What’s on the menu? As they say in the South, “meat and three sides” — classics like shrimp and grits or oxtails and gravy to updated twists like habanero fried chicken and short rib french fries.
Each entree comes with — you got it — 3 sides, which include mac & cheese, candied yams, cornbread dressing, greens with smoked turkey, black-eyed peas, or red beans with smoked meat. Each meal comes with complimentary cornbread and whipped butter.
And, of course, there’s dessert! Top off your Sunday meal with OMG banana pudding or peach cobbler.
The pop up takes place every Sunday from 11:30 AM to 6 PM at 1066 S Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90019.