When Tyler Wilson and his cousin Joseph Pitruzzelli started Wurstkuche, they didn’t know anything about sausages. They also didn’t know anything about starting a restaurant, but they committed to the idea that they were going to do sausages better than anyone in the business.
The Los Angeles Arts District is a story of fortitude. A lifetime ago stood a vineyard – once the largest producer of wine in all of California. By the end of the 18th Century, industry had gained momentum and the district housed the Western epicenter for produce distribution. And home to three transnational railways, there was a constant buzz of production.