Each year, the Los Angeles Times rounds up some of the finest restaurants, chefs and mixologists that Los Angeles has to offer and brings them together for a weekend full of delicious bites, cocktails, cooking demos and so much more. This Labor Day Weekend will be no different. The team behind this year’s event has managed to produce their best lineup yet and it is not to be missed. With so much to do, you will not get bored or leave hungry but we want to tell you why you definitely need to be there. Without further ado, below are our top 5 reasons you need to purchase tickets to this years star studded event.
- Beat the Heat – Typically this event falls on one of the hottest weekends throughout the year. Get your ticket to the Sunday Block Party and beat the heat by devouring as much ice cream as possible from incredible vendors such as Salt & Straw, Magpies Softserve and McConnell’s Fine Ice Cream.
- Wine Down – Are you a wine connoisseur or simply a novice looking to learn more about wine culture? Either way, you are in luck. Grab a seat at one of the several wine classes hosted by the super knowledgeable team from Southern Wine & Spirits.
- Be in the Know – Food does not come from the frozen section of the grocery store. Get your ticket now for the incredible Field to Fork event and get a chance to interact with farmers and chefs throughout California who are single-handedly changing the way we think about food and most importantly, how we consume food on a daily basis.
- Learn from the Best – One of the main reasons we attend each year is to sit down and listen to some of the most influential people throughout LA’s ever changing food scene. Get a front row seat and be in the discussion with stars such as LA Time’s Food Critic, Jonathan Gold; Top Chef, Sang Yoon; Top mixologists and more.
- Grab a Fork – The best part about this event? The food, of course. Enjoy bites from over 100 different restaurants and chefs throughout Southern California all while feeling like a movie star on the streets of Paramount Pictures.
To purchase your tickets, visit the LA Times website.