Over fifteen different tacos will be offered from vendors like Pinches and
The three-day event offers L.A. a nice chance to catch up with the nation's famous chefs.
The deep-fried aficionado asked Facebook users to submit their craziest battered ideas.
All profits generated by Saturday's double-bill go to local non-profits, while you get to enjoy rare beers from over 40 breweries.
As always, there will be live zydeco, buckets of mud bugs, and drunk festival goers aplenty.
The South Bay food and wine event has a special guest planned.
Chef Gianfranco Minuz will cook four dishes with bison as part of his "Morso del Bestia" series.
Mariscos a Guerrerense won the judge's top prize for its sea snail tostadas, while Mariscos El Mazateno took an honorable mention.
The grills came out in honor of the magazine's annual restaurant awards.
Each chef will prepare pork dishes to match mixologists' best efforts.
The event celebrates Asian cooking by Asian-American chefs, with a hearty helping of local talent in the mix.
The exhibition of twelve curated food producers coincides with Made in L.A.
Latin-owned wineries will pair with some of the city's best Latin restaurants and chefs.
Lettuce with green goddess dressing and chicken pot pie will be served at the chef's Sunday dinner series.
Where to get free absinthe, discount drinks, and Alsatian beer this weekend.
The event finds chefs from Baja added to the solid lineup of over 100 vendors.
The location will be revealed hours before the event takes place.
Two home chefs will be picked to join Ben Ford and Susan Feniger in a Chopped-style cooking contest.
Guests will get an early taste of MessHall, Republique, and Connie and Ted's, possibly along with some verboten liver.
Over 25 restaurants will deliver morning meal creations.