Whole Foods has struck up a partnership with Roy Choi, the L.A. chef most famous for kicking off the whole food truck trend when he started Kogi, the Mexican-Korean mashup on wheels. Almost 10 years later, Kogi is opening permanent locations in Whole Foods supermarkets. The El Segundo location has just been remodeled, and part of the expansion is a new Kogi. To celebrate, Choi will be stopping by to sign copies of his book, L.A. Son: My Life, My City, My Food. Ticket price includes drinks and some Kogi snacks, plus, of course, a chance to meet Choi. Proceeds from the event go to Women of Watts, an anti-violence organization.