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Food

Ricky's Fish Tacos First in Series of Street Food Pop-Ups at Angeli Caffe

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Ricky's Fish Tacos (Caleb Bacon/LAist)
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Some of L.A. best street food comes indoors, takes a seat, and pours you a beer starting this Monday. It's part of a new series of pop-up events at Angeli Caffe, brought to you by restaurant owner and KCRW "Good Food" host Evan Kleiman and Street Gourmet LA blogger and adventurer Bill Esparza.

The series kicks off this Monday with an evening with Ricky's Fish Tacos (Twitter). We've obsessed about his fine, fished fare before, and now you don't have to hunt him down--and you can order up a beer since you'll be inside Angeli.

Whether it's your first intro to Ricky Piña's authentic Baja-style fish tacos or you're a devotee, hit up Angeli Caffe from 6-10p.m. on Monday July 26th and enjoy. More street food pop-up nights are forthcoming, too!