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Eminem’s restaurant, Mom’s Spaghetti, pops up in L.A. this week

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Angelenos who’ve been hoping for one shot, one alternative, to attempt Eminem’s self-referential restaurant Mother’s Spaghetti can seize it this week. The Academy Award- and Grammy-winning rapper shall be performing on the Tremendous Bowl halftime present on Sunday and, as he’s in Los Angeles for the occasion, he introduced a little bit of his Italian American Detroit restaurant with him.

On Wednesday Mother’s Spaghetti, which opened in Detroit in September 2021, took over the downtown location of Italian American sandwich store Uncle Paulie’s Deli, including its personal awning and tattoo-inspired signage of a coronary heart and a fork wrapped by a banner that claims “Mother’s Spaghetti.”

Eminem at Detroit Mom's Spaghetti window.

Eminem at Detroit Mother’s Spaghetti window.

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The pop-up will run by Sunday night time with walk-up orders out there at downtown’s Uncle Paulie’s, and Postmates supply orders operating out of the Pico and Culver Metropolis areas of Pasta Sisters restaurant. The easy menu includes pink sauce “that tastes prefer it’s straight from the jar,” sides of garlic butter Texas toast, and “powered” Parmesan.

There’s a vegetarian spaghetti ($10), spaghetti with hand-rolled beef meatballs ($14), spaghetti with vegan meatballs which can be made with black beans and quinoa ($15), and the “s’ghetti” sandwich ($13), which piles spaghetti and slices of mozzarella between two slices of Texas toast. On opening day, a line stretched down the block of the downtown pop-up.

The spaghetti from Eminem's Mom's Spaghetti pop-up.

The spaghetti from Eminem’s Mother’s Spaghetti pop-up.

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A promotional video posted to Eminem’s Instagram proclaimed, “Get your sweaters prepared, Los Angeles,” because the rapper towered over the downtown L.A. skyline, fake-vomiting — all in a nod to the lyrics of the restaurant’s inspiration, his tune “Lose Your self.”

The in-person L.A. pop-up might be discovered at 820 S. Spring St., downtown Los Angeles, from 4 to 9 p.m. Thursday, 4 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 4 to eight p.m. Sunday. Postmates supply orders might be positioned between midday and 9 p.m. by Sunday.

The Uncle Paulie’s menu shall be unavailable through the downtown takeover however might be discovered at the new sibling location, which is anticipated to open by Sunday at 8053 W. third St., Los Angeles.