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Street Food Fights
Get out your gloves: the battle for the best street tacos commences on Tuesday, August 2, at Border Grill Downtown, where Brazil will duke it out with Italy over who has the best street eats. Over the next five weeks, other countries will have their turn in the ring: Chile vs. USA on Aug 9, Thailand vs. Cuba on Aug 16, Mexico vs Lebanon on Aug 23, and the final championship round on Aug 30. Each week, diners will have the chance to pay $25 for an all you can eat feast (or $6 a la carte), sampling bites from each country and casting their vote on social media to decide the winner. Country-specific cocktails will be available for $7 as well (think: Chile's pisco punch versus Italy's traditional limoncello). Let's get ready to rumble!
Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
You don’t need us to tell you how great Los Angeles’ food scene is. But if you’re in need of a friendly reminder, splurge on a ticket to the sixth annual Food & Wine Festival held in Downtown LA and at restaurants across the city. The festival will kick off on Thursday with the premiere of Amazon's Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse, as the chef hosts a night of international tastings from his celebrity colleagues: think José Andrés, Mario Batali, Danny Bowien, Marcus Samuelsson and more. Friday offers a number of lunches and dinners around LA, along with fan favorite Grand Avenue Night Market in the evening. On Saturday, Live on Grand—yet another massive tasting event infront of the Walt Disney Concert Hall—will take place. More events are in the works, but you can check out the full lineup and purchase tickets here.
"You Don't Know Jack" at Now Boarding
Get on a plane to Funky Town for Now Boarding's "You Don't Know Jack" nights, held every Sunday beginning at 9pm. Live performances of funk, soul and R&B will take place on stage while visitors can indulge in $9 Jack Daniel's cocktails. Entry to this airline-themed bar is free.
Sunset & Dine
Don't worry if you missed last year's sold out Sunset & Dine food festival featuring eats from the best restaurants in Hollywood, because the event is back for its fifth year and will be taking place on September 1. The festival will include more than a dozen restaurants around the Sunset and Vine area including Paley Hollywood, Beso, The Melt, Blue C Sushi and The Pie Hole, to name a few. Tickets include food, drinks and live entertainment, curated by Amoeba Records, with proceeds benefitting The Center at Blessed Sacrament.
LA Times The Taste
The Taste attracts foodies of all types to the Paramount back lot for a weekend to sample some of the best food and wine LA has to offer. "Opening Night" welcomes the LA Times' top-tier food staff and many of the weekend's featured chefs for a spattering of tastings (both edible and drinkable) from dozens of eateries around the city. The weekend's remaining highlights include "Field to Fork," hosted by LA Times food editor Amy Scattergood and Michael Cimarusti, chef and owner of Providence and Connie & Ted’s. Saturday evening's "Dinner with a Twist," hosted by Jonathan Gold (LA Times restaurant critic), Jenn Harris (LA Times deputy food editor), Ray Garcia (Broken Spanish and B.S. Taqueria) and Michael Lay (Broken Spanish and B.S. Taqueria) features live food/cocktail demos from some of the city's best culinary figures. The weekend rounds out with a "Sunday Block Party", followed by a colorful "Flavors of LA" cooking event. In addition, various LA Times editors and writers will host daily panel discussions and demonstrations on topics from farm-to-table cuisine to how to mix the perfect cocktail. Your ticket allows you full nibbling privileges, as you soak up knowledge from the esteemed panelists.