On Saturday afternoon on Santa Monica Pier, BBQ fans and foodies gathered for Guy Fieri’s Brew B’Que, another great event from the Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival.
Patrons at the California Clambake walked around barefoot in the sand, dining al fresco on fresh clams and lobster (cooked beneath the sand!) while enjoying the sea breeze, music and libations, making this one special venue for yet another event of the Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival.
The LA Food & Wine Festival was all capped off with the Grand Tasting at L.A. Live on Saturday. We’ve broken down our favorite dishes from L.A. Restaurants here.
The Los Angeles Food and Wine Festival made a stop in the South Bay this weekend with a special luncheon at Manhattan Beach’s most-talked-about dining hot spot, MB Post.
Along with the celebrity dinners and parties put on for the Los Angeles Food and Wine Festival all over town, there were many intimate, wine-focused panel discussions as well. Secrets of a Sommelier: A Blind Tasting of Cabernet Sauvignon set out to teach you how to decipher origin and vintage of a glass of wine when no other information is presented.
One of the best events to attend at the LA Food & Wine Festival was Friday’s luncheon at FIG in Santa Monica, where FIG Chef Ray Garcia and Guest Chef Graham Elliot from Chicago collaborated with ease, creating a well-balanced and delicious four-course seasonal menu for all to enjoy.
In the beginning there was Boulud. And Boulud had a groove. And after spending nearly thirty years manning some of America’s greatest stoves, the chef’s still got it.
Wolfgang Puck’s CUT Restaurant in Beverly Hills opened its doors for lunch for the first time in honor of the Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival.
It’s not too late to experience Los Angeles’ first annual Food & Wine Festival.
LA Food & Wine activities were sprawled across the city Friday afternoon. We checked out the Providence lunch on Friday with chef Michael Cimarusti.