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All the Best Food at Smorgasburg DTLA

Smorgasburg is back! And it’s better than ever! Actually, it’s never went away. But now that it’s (almost) summer in Los Angeles there’s no better time than now to spend a Sunday downtown at Smorgasburg, the weekly Sunday market that takes over five acres at The Row DTLA. Whether you’re a vegan, vegetarian, or serious carnivore Smorgasburg has you covered with dozens of food trucks and pop ups from all over LA and serving a serious array of dishes from all over the world. It’s the foodiest food festival in Los Angeles.

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Get Down to Wolfdown in Silver Lake

Wolfdown has finally opened in Silver Lake. The restaurant, in the former longtime Nicky D’s Pizza space, is from Jason and Chrissy Kim, the proprietors of nearby Sunset Boulevard stalwart Forage. The stunning remodeled space is like climbing into an adult-friendly treehouse (unlike Forage, there’sna beer and wine), the desserts are delicious, and pretty soon everyone in town is going to be talking about Wolfdown’s Korean fried chicken.

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Grilled Cheese Night at La Brea Bakery & 4 Mouth-Watering Grilled Cheese Recipes

Who doesn’t love a good grilled cheese? I know I do. The month of April also happens to be Grilled Cheese Month so if there ever were a whole month to eat grilled cheese guilt free this is it. Legendary bread institution La Brea Bakery is hosting a nostalgic throwback Grilled Cheese Night celebration Wednesday, April 12 from 7pm to 10pm. Live music, champagne and wine pairings, a red carpet entrance, and many, many, many grilled cheese sandwiches will be served. Tickets are $35. But if you’re simply looking for some fantastic grilled cheese recipes to make at home, La Brea Bakery has provided some unique and delectable recipes included here. Enjoy!

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A Foodie’s Guide to Hollywood

There are seemingly hundreds of Hollywood restaurants. These are the best. From new hotspots like Gwen and Kali to longtime stalwarts like Jitlada and Musso and Frank’s to tourist destinations like Pink’s Hotdogs and Roscoe’s Chicken & Waffles, here’s a foodie’s take on where to eat in Hollywood.

Courtesy Kali.

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Los Angeles’s Hottest New Restaurants

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Can’t get a reservation to Curtis Stone’s new West Hollywood restaurant Gwen until September? There’s plenty of other Los Angeles hotspots that have opened in the past few months that are delicious (and affordable). Here are the best new restaurants in LA.

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Taste of Farmers Market

Join us Tuesday, July 19 from 5-9pm for our 8th Annual Taste of Farmers Market! Enjoy a “full” evening of mouth-watering tastes from over 50 of the Market’s top-rated restaurants, grocers and eateries. This year’s theme is “All Fired Up” as the evening will support the First-In Fire Foundation and the brave firefighters from Station 68 and 61 – our neighborhood firehouses.

Admission includes food sampling, firehouse chili tastes prepared by firefighter chefs, beer and wine samples, two non-alcoholic drinks and free parking! Purchase your tickets today for only $35, $40 at the door. Call 323-954-4230 to receive a 10% discount on adult tickets of 10 or more.

NEW THIS YEAR: $10 Kid’s Ticket – 10 tastes for participants 10 years and under ONLY (drink included).

Kids and adults are invited to visit the First-In Fire community table with arts and crafts, emergency preparedness information and photo opportunities with a classic red fire truck. Click here for a sample of last year’s menu.

Watch this year’s preview video below:


MAINopoly: Taste Of Main Street

Experience Main Street’s best restaurants, coffee shops, juiceries and more at the 3rd Annual MAINopoly: Taste Of Main Street, benefiting Summer SOULstice andHeal the Bay. 20 participating locations will provide a tasting to attendees and stamp their game board, with a play on the classic game.

Enjoy a walking tour of Main Street and visit every spot on the board for your chance to win a “Taste of Main Street” Prize Package. MAINopoly-themed attire is encouraged! Click HERE to see photos from last year’s event.

Sunday, May 29
3-8 p.m.

A portion of all proceeds benefit Heal The Bay & Summer SOULstice.

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Heal the Bay is a nonprofit environmental organization making Southern California coastal waters and watersheds, including Santa Monica Bay, safe, healthy and clean. We use science, education, community action and advocacy to pursue our mission. See more at: www.healthebay.org