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Chef Felix Barron takes his Ktchn concepts to new places
Chef Felix Barron takes his Ktchn concepts to new places

Felix Barron, the chef behind the Ktchn brunch pop-ups in Pasadena and downtown Los Angeles, cooked his first pop-up dinner when he was just 19 — he charged guests $15 and prepared a whole roast pig and lobster. After moving from Santa Ana to Los Angeles in 2009, Barron started Ktchn 105, a home cooking school out of a loft in downtown L.A., and began hosting weekend brunch pop-ups as a way to get the word out about his cooking classes. "But nobody wanted classes; they just wanted brunch," said Barron. So he started his roaming brunch service in downtown and recently opened a permanent spot at the new 4th Street Market in Santa Ana. There you'll find Barron's...

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