Carla Cafe is a sandwich counter pop-up in West Hollywood and home to some of our favorite gourmet sandwiches in town. After operating entirely out of the chef’s home, Carla Cafe has now moved into the kitchen at Bootsy Bellows, a well-known nightclub on the Sunset Strip, where they’re doing sandwich drops three times a week. They only make one kind of sandwich each day (which they announce on their Instagram Story), but just know that whether it’s pesto chicken, tuna chop, or garlic aioli chicken, you’re in for an absolutely tremendous lunch. All pre-ordering is done through DMs on Instagram, so give them a follow and stay diligent - time slots fill up fast.
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