Dudley Market, the Venice-based spot that’s one of the city’s best seafood restaurants, is hosting a Monday-only BBQ pop-up specializing in the art of the South African braai. The shop is run by chef Guy Cohen, an LA native whose mother grew up in Cape Town, who is serving one of our favorite meals in a very long time - perfectly charred chicken. It comes topped with his signature peri peri sauce, a tangy, spice-laden sauce made with bird’s eye chilis. Maybe one day he’ll sell it by the bottle. Watch their Instagram for the next preorder announcement.
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