Chefs claim ‘pop-up’ eateries built to last

Chefs claim ‘pop-up’ eateries built to last

Ludovic Lefebvre’s wife Krissy likes to refer to her husband as “the chef with no restaurant who serves dinner five nights a week.”

Known in Los Angeles as the former chef at the now-defunct restaurants Bastide and L’Orangerie—both once among the city’s most high-end dining spots—Lefebvre is now carving out a niche for himself as a “pop-up” artist. Calling his new business “Ludo

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