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East LA Meets Napa Returns to L.A. Live With Several Michelin Starred Chefs

On Friday, July 26, in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, East LA Meets Napa returns to L.A. Live bringing over 100 top LA chefs, restauranteurs, award winning Napa wine-producers, and premium spirit distributors. We’ve covered the food and wine festival several times over the past few years and it has undoubtedly become our favorite festival in the city. But what separates the festival this year is the inaugural Michelin Guide California has been revealed and the highly anticipated list features several of this year’s AltaMed Food Wine Festival participants! Get your tickets, follow AltaMed Food on Wine on Instagram, and read on for more info on this annual culinary bash.

Named the “Premier Latino wine and food event in the United States” by celebrity chefs from The Food Network, Bravo and Top Chef, the festival is AltaMed’s premier fundraising event, so in addition to enjoying the generous, seemingly never-ending, and incredibly diverse food and wine tastings, your admission is also supporting AltaMed’s mission to increase access to comprehensive health and human services, further cementing their 50-year commitment to providing Quality Care Without Exception in Los Angeles and Orange counties.

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Now in its fourteenth year, East LA Meets Napa has perfected the art of the food festival. While there is always a jam packed crowd of 2,000+, you won’t find the long and impossible lines, the small pours, or the sold out dishes that plague so many festivals. East LA Meets Napa is truly an event, and the organizers, chefs, and wineries have all done the preparation to make sure the night is an excellent one. And did I mention there is live music throughout the evening? The headliners this year are the Spanish Harlem Orchestra, the three-time Grammy® winning Salsa and Latin Jazz band that sets the gold standard for excellence in authentic, New York style, hard core salsa.

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The night is a unique event that celebrates the richness of Latin food in Los Angeles and the success of Latino-owned vineyards in California.

Day two of the AltaMed Food and Wine Festival, OC Meets Napa promises an intimate food and wine experience at the historic Mission San Juan Capistrano. The night will showcase the richness of Latin American food throughout Orange and San Diego counties as well as the success of Latino-owned vineyards in California and Mexico.

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A limited number of tickets are still available. Get them here. You won’t want to miss this incredible, tasty evening.

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Hope to see you this Friday, August 26 at East LA Meets Napa!

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