Los Angeles, CA 90037
3:00pm to 7:00pm
New to LA Weekly's event roster and curated by LA Weekly's own staff of award winning food writers and special guests, the event will feature burgers from some of Los Angeles’ hottest spots and burger joints. And what pairs best with burgers? That's right, a nice cold beer. Partnering up with the best craft breweries from around the world, guests will be able to sample the best of the best craft brews. Put all of this together on a hot summer Saturday afternoon and you have the recipe for success, an event that is sure to become a LA Weekly signature in no time!
Burgers & Beer
Saturday August 8th, 2015
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
3pm – 7pm
VIP Hour begins at 2pm
Featuring over 35 of Los Angeles’ best burgers and more than 30 craft breweries, this event is not to be missed.
Animal, Belcampo Meat Co., Little Dom’s, Mariscos El Cristalazo, Plan Check, Salt's Cure, the hungry cat, 3 Square Café & Röckenwagner Bakery, Barrel & Ashes, Bouchon Bistro, Cassell's Hamburgers, Escala K-Town, Hamburguesas Punta Cabras, Hawkins House of Burgers, Hole in the Wall Burger Joint, Ledlow, MESSHALL, Mrs. Fish, Perch, Pie n' Burger, Pink's Hot Dogs, Pono Burger, Rush Street, Seoul Sausage Co., The Counter, The Independence, The Rockefeller, The Standing Room, The Tripel, Wood Spoon, Alosta Brewing Co., Anchor Brewing Company, Angel City Brewery, Cabotella Mexican Ale, Kronenbourg Blanc - St. Killian Importing, Crabbie’s Original Alcoholic Ginger Beer - St. Killian Importing, Drake's Brewing, I & I Brewing, Kinetic Brewing Co., MacLeod Ale Brewing Co., Ninkasi Brewing, Brewery Ommegang, Strand Brewing Company, Sudwerk Brewery
2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90049
Explore the uniquely diverse cuisine of Los Angeles, one of the most multicultural (and most delicious) cities in the world through lectures and tasting.
Listen as local chefs and food writers discuss the various immigrant patterns and ethnic communities throughout the city, from its early history to today, and how they affect local cuisine. Then learn about and taste delectable dishes from Indian, Korean, and Thai cuisine.
August 11: Thai cuisine—Chef Jet Tila, a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu, helped launch Modern Asian kitchen, a fast-casual Pan-Asian concept with locations nationwide, and is part of the team behind Stir Market, a food hall and restaurant in the Fairfax district. He has made appearances on Chopped, Cutthroat Kitchen, and Iron Chef America.
1201 West Fifth Street , Los Angeles, CA
7:00pm to 10:00pm
Tickets are on sale now for Tasting Table’s annual #LobsterRumble, returning to Los Angeles on August 13, 2015. Now in its third year, the #LobsterRumble is the ultimate lobster roll showdown with all-you-can-eat lobster rolls from contenders across the country, with each vying to be crowned fan favorite.
1,200 lobster-loving guests will get to taste and vote their way through 17 of America’s top lobster rolls, and yes -- that means 17 rolls with your name on them.
Here’s a taste of the contenders and lobster rolls competing this year:
Ironside Fish & Oyster (San Diego) - Butter-poached Maine lobster served with brown butter aioli on a crispy butter & cream cheese roll
Knuckle & Claw (Los Angeles) - A fresh Rockenwagner Parker Roll stuffed with a 1/4 pound of fresh knuckle & claw lobster meat, flown in overnight from the cold waters of Maine. A light smear of mayonnaise, a squirt of butter, a squeeze of lemon, topped with extra delicious secret seasoning.
Cousins Maine Lobster (Los Angeles) - Fresh Maine claw, knuckle and tail meat, flown directly from Maine. Sautéed in butter, drawn lemon-butter drizzled on top, and served in toasted golden brown, Maine, split-top buns.
Slapfish (Huntington Beach) - 100% pure New England lobster tossed in warm butter, mayo and lemon and packed into a buttery roll.
17 total lobster rolls from around the country! Click here for a full list of contenders.
Desserts will be provided by six local purveyors, including Drive Me Cookie and Sprinkles Cupcakes, and to wash it all down, Stella Artois beers, premium wines and custom cocktails will be pouring at the open bars.
1651 18th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404
1:30pm to 3:00pm
Storied bodies, mythological bodies, bodies-in-creation, and bodies as manifestosthese are where I create from. I need muscles, beads of sweat, and exertion as well as surrender and softness to help b...
5955 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA
In honor of this milestone, Michelin-starred Executive Chef/Co-Owner Michael Cimarusti will host a series of commemorative celebrity guest chef dinners, featuring collaborations with luminary chefs from around the world who have inspired him throughout his culinary career. During each event, Cimarusti will open the doors to Providence and invite each acclaimed chef to cook alongside him and share in the celebration.
August 18, 2015
James Beard Award winner Suzanne Goin (Lucques, A.O.C., Tavern in Los Angeles) and Dominique Crenn (two Michelin-starred Atelier Crenn and the forthcoming Petit Crenn in San Francisco)
COST: Tickets to each anniversary dinner will vary in price ($220-280* without wine pairings), and will be sold via Eventbrite two months prior to the event (visit Providence’s website for links)
111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, 90012
12:00pm to 8:00pm
The fifth annual Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival, presented with founding partners FOOD & WINE and Lexus, is set to feature three-nights and four-days of unrivalled tastings, dinners, lunches, seminars, book signings, cooking demonstrations, and special events, showcasing the finest in food and drink culture.
In past years, the star-studded lineup has included celebrated chefs such as Daniel Boulud, Curtis Stone, Giada De Laurentiis, Rick Bayless, Wolfgang Puck, Nancy Silverton, Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, Thomas Keller, Roy Choi, Michael Chiarello, Michael Voltaggio, Robert Irvine, Guy Fieri, Fabio Viviani, and Graham Elliot, as well as local favorites including Tim Hollingsworth, Michael Cimarusti, Suzanne Goin, Ludo Lefebvre, Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, Jessica Koslow, Ari Taymor, Ori Menashe, Josef Centeno, Sang Yoon, Ben Ford, and Ray Garcia, to name a few.
Marquee events slated to return include Live on Grand, Asian Night Market, the Power Lunch series, exclusive chef collaboration meals, and live musical performances from award-winning artists.
The Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival has supported Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign, St. Vincent Meals on Wheels and other L.A. based charitable endeavors.
In the next several weeks, the festival will be announcing confirmed programming and participants for 2015. Please continue to check www.LAFW.com for updates!
2806 Clearwater St., Los Angeles, CA
Filipino food is known for its adobos, fried seafood and vinegar-laden dishes with flavors that are bold, bright, savory and, at times, funky. It could be said that it is not a cuisine the general population, even in a food-adventurous city like Los Angeles, explores with abandon. But a young Filipino chef and his brother are looking to change all that.
Through October 30th, 2015, the Filipino inspired pop-up and restaurant project, LASA, will be offering their take on this up-and-coming ethnic cuisine the last Friday of the month at the beautiful bar/restaurant and private event venue, Elysian. Reservations are recommended. Spots can be reserved on Open Table or by calling 323-522-6625. Walk-ins are welcomed and seated on a first come first serve basis.