Molonay Tubilderborst (inside Senor Fish, 422 East First St., Little Tokyo) was named after the food-obsessed character in J.B. Morton’s 1930s column “By the Way.” This farm-to-table, weekly pop-up is the passion project of Black Cat Bakery’s Nick Coe. Head over there Thursday through Saturday and check it out in the second dining room of Senor Fish. The space is decorated with lanterns, vintage china and revolving art exhibitions. Right now, catch Catharine Stebbins’s mini landscape photos.
The menu is European influenced with local produce from Shu Takikawa’s Santa Ynez farm and meat from Lindy & Grundy. Munch on Turkish eggplant fritters, winter squash ravioli and a dinner salad of Japanese heirloom tomatoes. Enjoy it all with a glass of wine from their curated list.