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The Best of SoCal Chefs at The Taste Labor Day Weekend at Paramount Studios

Los Angeles Times’s The Taste food & wine festival returns to Paramount Studios this Labor Day weekend and if you are in the mood for end-of-summer craft cocktails, local brews and award-winning wine from the best players in the beverage space and, of course, plenty of bite-sized, mouth-watering eats from the best of the culinary scene in Southern California, plus live music, cooking demonstrations, panels with celebrity chefs, and lots more, you won’t want to miss the foodie event of the year. Read on for tickets, other info, and a who’s who of participating restaurants, wineries, breweries, and distilleries.

Once again, the Paramount Pictures Studios backlot will provide the perfect setting for this only-in-L.A. experience. Showcasing the very best from the capital of culinary innovation: Southern California, enjoy bites from dozens of hand-picked local eateries ranging from haute cuisine to your favorite comfort food with flavors from all over the globe. Tickets can be purchased here.

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The best of Southern California chefs will be attending at the event, and you’ll have a chance to meet them. After all, in years past, legendary Times critic and essayist Jonathan Gold was known to mix and mingle with many of your favorite Top Chef celebrities and Los Angeles industry titans like Nancy Silverton, Curtis Stone, and Wolfgang Puck.

VIP ACCESS

  • TICKET BENEFITS:
  • – First in the door access to main event
  • – Convenient and free parking inside the Paramount Pictures gates (savings of $15)
  • – A selection of highly-rated international premium wines and among the first to taste the west coast debut of the highly anticipated Mod Seléction Réserve Champagne
  • – Exclusive spirit samplings of Roku Gin, Haku Vodka, and Toki Whiskey by House of Suntory
  • – Exclusive dishes by chefs including David LeFevre of Manhattan Beach Post/Fishing with Dynamite (Friday), Curtis Stone Events (Saturday), and Phillip Frankland Lee of Sushi Bar (Sunday)
  • – Behind the scenes tour of Paramount Pictures Studios
  • – Access to furnished lounge during the entire event

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Also, best to note, this event is 21 and over only.

Your ticket is all-inclusive and is good for unlimited food, beer, wine & spirits tastings, plus all stage activities.

LOS ANGELES WEEKEND EVENT SCHEDULE

Friday, August 30 • 7:30 – 10:30 p.m.

Saturday, August 31 • 7:30 – 10:30 p.m.

Sunday, September 1 • 7:30 – 10:30 p.m.

For the full schedule, go here.

Saturday’s Wineries, Beers, and Spirits

Absolut Juice
Barton & Guestier
Bekseju
Bernardus Winery
Blinking Owl
Cachaca
Casa Madero
Constellation Brands
Delicato Family Winery
Exotico Tequila
Freixenet – Mionetto
Frescobaldi
J Wilkes
Josh Cellars
Kelvin Slush

La Scolca Wines
Leblon
Lillet
Maisons Marques & Domaines
Martini & Rossi
Mulholland Distilling
Palm Bay International
Precept Wine
Revel Spirits
St. Germain
Stratus Wines
Teeling Whiskey
Vanderpump
Z Alexander Brown

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