Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival 2014

It's OK—we won't judge you for drooling.
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanChef Gabriel Ask of Montage Beverly Hills at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschnerChef James Ta of Fickle at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschnerNori doughnuts filled with smoked sable from Fickle at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanGreenspan's Grilled Cheese at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanZarate Restaurant Group at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanTruffle duck with polenta from Hamasaku at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschnerChef Jessica Koslow of Sqirl at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschnerChef Robert Liberato of STK at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschnerChef David LeFevre's poached sturgeon from M.B. Post at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschnerBraised octopus with burrata from Bestia at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanChef Graham Elliot at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanChef Brian Malarkey of Herringbone at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschnerChef Tin Vuong of Little Sister at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanChef Chris Oh of Seoul Sausage Co. at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschnerBite from Patina at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanChef Masaharu Morimoto at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschnerDumplings from Chef Masaharu Morimoto at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschnerChef Timothy Hollingsworth of Sprout Group LA at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschnerCold tomato soup with raspberries and Yuzu broth from Addison Restaurant at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
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Photograph: Erin KuschneramaWolseley Marimba Band at Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
By Erin Kuschner |
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With a backdrop of twinkling lights and the Disney Concert Hall looming above, Grand Avenue was transformed this past weekend into a food lover's dream. The fourth annual Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival set up shop for four days at locations throughout the city, with some of the most grandiose (and indulgent) events taking place right outside Frank Gehry's iconic building. Chefs from some of the best restaurants in the city were on hand to dish out gourmet bites, while sommeliers repping vineyards from across the country poured heaping glasses of vino to thirsty attendees (oh yeah, and about that wine—there was a lot of it). We ate and drank our way through the biggest events at the festival—Ultimate Bites of L.A., Asian Night Market and Live on Grand—and took some pretty pictures, too.

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