*Hollywood – The most anticipated event of the season returns to Paramount Studios backlot, August 30 through September 1. Sip, Savor and Celebrate Southern California’s most inspired foods and drinks. The flavors of tomorrow combined with culinary traditions of Los Angeles and Costa Mesa at The Taste.
The Taste 2019 showcases the very best from the capital of Culinary innovation: Southern California. Admission includes unlimited tastings from the area’s best restaurants, a variety of wine, beer and seasoned cocktails, plus access to cooking demonstrations and talks by renowned chefs.
No one knows the local food scene like the Los Angeles Times Food Critics and In-House Chefs. The very best restaurants and chefs were handpicked to show their most delicious culinary creations-from traditional flavors to cutting-edge cuisine. Amazing line-up of visit https://events.latimes.com/taste/losangeles .
Food lovers will be able to enjoy bites from dozens of hand-picked local eateries, ranging from the haute cuisine to your favorite comfort food with flavors from all over the globe.
Tacos and pho and French cuisine-all in one meal. The beauty of The Taste is that the dishes are bite-sized and unlimited, meaning there’s no end to your flavor experience until you get filled up!
At The Taste, the sips are carefully curated as the bites. Expect to see Cocktails as art, gain valuable insights about wine from the masters. Sample brews on tap and by the bottle.
Once again, the Paramount Studios backlot will provide the perfect setting for this only-in-L.A. experience. Don’t miss out on the additional treat of a second weekend located in the heart of Southern California-The MET in Costa Mesa for three events over two days in October (Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19), with the programming line-up announced in September.
The “feastivities” began on Friday, August 30th. Grab your family, friends and co-workers for this splendid evening.
Saturday, August 31st, why not treat yourself to The Taste, since you were already planning a night out on the town.
Sunday, September 1st– Various cooking demonstrations provide ample recipes so that you can serve some new exciting dishes during your family gathering on Monday, Labor Day!
Details and tickets: www.latimes.com/TheTaste. Connect on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @TheTasteLA (#TasteLA).
Ricky Richardson is a Southern California based writer, music reviewer and photographer. Contact him via: [email protected]