Each chef will prepare pork dishes to match mixologists' best efforts.
Latin-owned wineries will pair with some of the city's best Latin restaurants and chefs.
100% of the proceeds from the sale of all lemon-based items will go to the pediatric cancer-fighting non-profit.
Charles Phoenix plans to bake a seven-layer cake using Pop Rocks and the store's own sodas.
Guests will get an early taste of MessHall, Republique, and Connie and Ted's, possibly along with some verboten liver.
Ice Blendeds will be on deep discount for July 4th.
The five-course menu will benefit Common Threads.
Founder Premal Shah says, "It's arguable whether Detroit or New Orleans is worse off than some places in Los Angeles."
Adam Horton's menu features dishes color-coded to ROY G. BIV.
It was a regular love fest amongst a bunch of old friends and colleagues.
It all goes down July 29.
With a shared mission, L.A.'s chefs raised the stakes for great dishes at tasting events.
Celebrity chef auctions, Top Chef cookoffs, and new dishes from ink.sack and Umami Burger will all squeeze into the three-hour event.
The t-shirt depicts the gestating country's first beer and supports the nation's first medical students.
Larry Nicola plans to show it all off at a June 16 fundraiser for L.A. Food Bank.
The Manhattan Beach benefit is raising funds for Growing Great, focused on educating students about school gardens and nutrition.
New restaurants joining the 40-plus participants include Pigg, Cook's County, and ink.sack.
Following protests at Melisse last night, Wilshire will be next to host a multi-chef benefit dinner for C.H.E.F.S.
Iso Rabins, founder of ForageSF and the popular Underground Market, is trying to raise $150K for a new food hub in SoMa.
50 cents of every pint of Pale 31 sold will go to educate the children of Marines and Navy corpsmen injured or killed in combat.