You’re on notice, Los Angeles—Blue Window‘s current pop-up menu, Junk, has merely one month left before it—poof—disappears forever.
In case you don’t recall, Blue Window is the pop-up concept of Chef Kajsa Alger and is attached to Mud Hen Tavern (née Street), and it features a single rotating menu for six months before switching over. All items are a flat $7 and all items can (and should, I’d say) be made vegan.
The first menu was Asian-inspired, the second and current menu is Junk—decadent, satisfying selections like falafel onion rings with black olive agave (below), tangy artichoke po’ boys, chili cheese Frito tamales, and cheddar melt sandwiches (above), which started out being mock-meat based in the vegan version and moved to a more purely plant-based recipe, employing crispy fried sun chokes in the current iteration.
Blue Window’s open weekly Monday through Friday, noon to 10PM, Saturday, 11AM-3PM, but they’ll be closed for the holiday Monday.