Eat Your Heart Out
Culinary experiences that delight and entertain this summer
Learn the secrets of rich, delicious braided egg bread in unique flavors like bittersweet chocolate with smoked salt, triple cheese and cranberry orange ginger. Three-hour class.
KCRW Summer Nights: Chinatown
At this food event/party, you can watch Chinese chefs doing demonstrations, sip on craft brews, and dance in Central Plaza with KCRW DJs Jason Bentley and Mathieu Schreyer.
Four Seasons Cooking Class
Immerse yourself in an interactive Thai cooking class offered by the Wellness Kitchen at the Four Seasons Westlake Village. Led by a registered dietitian-chef. Afterwards enjoy an alfresco dinner.
ALL HANDS ON DECK | Top to bottom: L.A. Loves Alex’s Lemonade; the California Beer Festival in San Dimas; a class at the Wellness Kitchen at the Four Seasons Westlake Village.
A full-day, hands-on workshop where you’ll learn to make artisanal bread, jam, mustards and ricotta from scratch. Includes four one-hour sessions, catered lunch and beverages.
Sixth Annual LA Food & Wine Festival
Tastings, dinners, lunches, seminars and cooking demonstrations—all with the backdrop of live musical performances. This event is headquartered in front of Walt Disney Concert Hall downtown.
L.A. Loves Alex's Lemonade
This annual fundraiser brings superstar chefs and mixologists from across the country together to prepare a signature dish for guests to sample. Co-hosted by Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne, the team behind Lucques, AOC and Tavern.
California Beer Festival
September 10 & 11
A weekend-long event showcasing 80 ice-cold craft beers on tap, live musical performances and fleets of food trucks in San Dimas.
Charlie’s Pantry in Studio City quietly closed a few weeks ago in Studio City and is quickly being replaced with Comoncy, a fast-casual breakfast/lunch eatery from the owners of Coral Tree, The Red Room and the recently opened Baltaire steakhouse in Brentwood. This will be the third location, following Beverly Hills and Scottsdale. It is scheduled to open […]