Are you traveling to Los Angeles for the long weekend? If so, you’ll want to check out the The Taste! A three-day festival sponsored by the Los Angeles times, featuring five events emphasizing the very diverse food and drink culture in Southern California. With over 40 of the area’s most talked about restaurants you wont go hungry this weekend!
If you thought this festival was all about food you were so wrong! Visit with multiple mixology experts who will be hosting demonstrations; wine tastings and cooking seminars you will love! If you’re a foodie this is the festival for you to visit. Opening night will feature a party hosted by the Los Angeles Times where the weekend’s chefs and bartenders will be attending. Get a chance to share a cocktail with a friend and talk to some famous chefs who will be hosting demonstrations throughout the weekend.
New York City has made pop up shops and food trucks ultra famous, but Los Angeles is about to take over for the weekend and show you what the city’s best food is all about. Enjoy a jam packed Friday night with The Taste Bar Stage featuring fresh farm finds, French cooking seminars and a wine tasting in the mid afternoon. Hop on over to the Buick Culinary Stage for a cooking demonstrate by Bruce Kalman and another by Opentable.com Diner’s Choice Winner of 2013, Tal Ronnnen from LA’s famous Crossroads restaurant! Friday is jam packed with tons of great food, drinks and demonstrations sure to give you a leg up at your next dinner party.
Saturday’s festivities are sure to impress its visitors with demonstrations starting at 7:30 pm! With so many choices you’ve got to stop by the Buick Culinary State at 9:45pm for a Cooking & Mixology Demonstration by Ricardo Zarate and Deysi Alvarez whose renowned food and drinks are well known in Los Angeles.
The best part of Sunday mornings has got to be Brunch. Food that echoes a touch of breakfast and lunch—stop by at 11am to get all the best tastes and libations you can handle. If you’re an avid Los Angeles Times reader stop by Noelle Carter’s cooking demonstration at 12:15 pm to see some delicious food taste tested by your favorite Test Kitchen Director. If you’ve ever visited Hatfield’s in LA then you’ll want to come try some delicious treats by Karen Hatfield herself! Get a chance to meet her afterwards and pick her brain for some really fresh and fun ideas to give your breakfast-brunch dishes an extra bit of zest!
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