It appears the short-lived Winemakers' Speakeasy, a.k.a. the space that was also briefly known as B
The menu is pretty varied, with a basket of crispy pig ears as an example of a good drinking snack, and various other bites like radishes with bone-marrow butter; fried smelts with romesco; and roasted quail with dried fruit and black-current coulis. Becklund is working with partner Hans Purohit, who's overseeing the beer and wine program, and near as we can tell, this is closer to a full-fledged restaurant (albeit in a space they're not technically leasing) than a pop-up.
See Thrillist's video coverage below.
The WestWood Pop-up [Thrillist]