The event pairs Southern California farms with some of L.A.'s best market-driven chefs.
Learn how to make sugar skulls and find traditional holiday food from market vendors.
The restaurant's Election Night drinks make it pretty obvious who it's rooting for.
The all-you-can-eat and drink party will be reprised for a second year in Downtown L.A.
The chef is designing a six-course menu to pair with the region's indie winemakers.
Viceroy Santa Monica to present Thai diners October 21st and 28th.
AYCE sushi and AYCD sake makes a great food event in Little Tokyo
Two grand dames, one cooking class.
The biggest Korean festival in Los Angeles is here again.
Break out the Lagerfeld lederhosen, Santa Monica is embracing some German good times.
A Halloween party will mark the restaurant's swan song, with $89 all-you-can-eat edibles by Mark Peel.
That stands for six hours of beer, art, and music.
Waxman insists he "didn't have sex" with Neal Fraser.
At least the raw clams and zeppoles were better than Adam Carolla's jabber.
The two will offer a discussion with Los Angeles editor Lelsey Bargar Suter.
This marks the chef's first dinner in L.A. in almost ten years.
In addition to a good time, it's yet another sign L.A. is overcoming its underdog status and stereotypes.
Chefs will be teamed up with breweries to compete with their best beer float.
Planning a day of tacos arabes,Algerian pizza, and fried chicken, chef Farid Zadi claims, "Ancient Berbers were the original stoners."