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Terra's "A STUDY OF FIRE" Fall Series

Terra's "A STUDY OF FIRE" Fall Series

The hottest event of the fall is happening at Eataly Los Angeles: A Study of Fire. This chef-studded pop-up event hosted on our wood-burning Italian grill, Terra features three extraordinary experts showing off their craft in the art of fire-filled dishes - from barbecue to open-flame cooking. The once-a-month dinner series kicked off on September 22 with the beloved Kevin Bludso, then continued with Argentinian Chef Norberto Piattoni on October 20, and will end with pop-up pitmaster Rebecca King on November 17.

Fire has always been central to our Italian marketplace’s rooftop restaurant - and with this series, each monthly event will show off a unique cooking style. Combining the kitchen’s main staple – the wood-fired grill – and Eataly’s passion for uniting the community, this culmination of chefs and cuisines brings a whole new type of pop-up to the west side.

Each participating chef will conceptualize a selection of wood-fired creations that will be offered as a one-night-only special, alongside Terra’s dinner menu. A portion of proceeds from every chef collaboration will benefit Restaurants Care, an established emergency assistance fund for California restaurant workers year-round.

A Study of Fire series officially launched this past April with sold-out events in collaboration with Executive Chef/Owner Charles Namba and Co-Owner Courtney Kaplan from Echo Park neighborhood restaurant Tsubaki, and then continued with husband-and-wife team Vanessa and Alejandro Silva from cult-favorite L.A. taco pop-up Metztli Taqueria. Terra at Eataly is ready to welcome a whole new round of Los Angeles diners with this next season of chefs.

*Note bene: Reservations are required for each event and can be made through Opentable "Experiences". Prices do not include tax, gratuity, and beverages. Seating is limited.





Chef, television personality, and two-time Steve Harvey Hoodie Award Winner, Kevin Bludso of Bludso’s BBQ has been perfecting the craft of slow-smoked meats for five generations. The story of Bludso’s BBQ began in Corsicana, Texas before making its way to Southern California, and becoming known across the city for their fire-filled barbecue pit featuring tender, smoked meats, and more.


Chef Piattoni grew up learning traditional open-fire cooking techniques, and the importance of local, seasonal ingredients, on his grandfather’s farm in Argentina. After working all over the world under chefs like Francis Mallman and owning his own restaurant in Brooklyn NY, he brought his South American flair to pop ups throughout Los Angeles and brought an unforgettable dining experience to Terra.


This “Bad Jew” has been making headlines all over town with her Porcine LA pop-up featuring fire and fermentation in unkosher dishes. In addition to her one-night-only at Eataly, Angelenos can find King pit-smoking her own delicious pork pastrami and other meats in her 500 gallon offset smoker at Smorgasburg LA.


 See you there, amici!