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Bob's Burgers is coming to life at Unit 120 in Chinatown

Written by
Erin Kuschner

It's a case of art imitating art—with a side of burgers thrown in. 

Bob's Burgers, FOX's animated sitcom about the Belchers family and their hamburger restaurant, is coming to life in Far East Plaza's Unit 120 with an art show launching on December 1. The space, which normally houses the LASA and Amboy pop-ups, will showcase works by artists of the popular show from December 1 to December 10, with gallery hours running from 11am to 5pm. What that art work will look like, we're not entirely sure yet. 

But you can't have a Bob's Burgers gallery without actual hamburgers, and that's where Unit 120's Alvin Cailan and Isa Fabro come in. From December 2 to December 6, the chefs will be offering gourmet burgers during lunchtime (11am-2pm). The first night of the show coincides with Chinatown After Dark, so you can make a day of it starting with burgers and art and ending with, well, everything else that's going on at Far East Plaza. Let's just hope that each burger comes with a creative pun, à la the daily specials at the original Bob's Burgers.

As for what else is in store at Unit 120, you can still snag Fabro's creative pastries on weekends, a sit-down dinner at LASA on Friday through Sunday and Amboy's occasional pop-ups. 

Looking for more hamburger options? Check out our guide to the best burger restaurants in L.A., plus some of the best individual burgers in the city. 

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