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Unlimited tastings from 30+ chefs per day: Los Angeles Wine & Food Festival March 1-3, 2024 – Tix on sale now!

Celebrates the intersection of food and culture, Los Angeles Wine & Food Festival March 1-3, 2024 – Tix on sale now!

Tickets are now on sale for the inaugural Los Angeles Wine & Food Festival — the newest addition to Los Angeles’ culinary scene that celebrates the intersection of food and culture. Presented by IMG (the Endeavor-owned global events leader behind events such as Taste of London, Frieze and New York Fashion Week: The Shows), the three-day event takes place March 1st through March 3rd, 2024 (7:30pm – 10pm on Friday and Saturday12:30pm-3pm on Sunday) at the Santa Monica Pier.

Los Angeles Wine & Food Festival March 1- 3

The festival will feature a mix of high-profile culinary and beverage talent, beloved local restaurants, and cultural initiatives. Los Angeles Wine & Food Festival takes place in conjunction with Frieze Week Los Angeles, which animates the creative communities across LA from February 26th to March 3rd.

Freshly added participating restaurants include award-winning Neapolitan pizza restaurant Pizzana from master pizzaiolo Daniele Uditi; widely acclaimed Thai restaurant Jitlada; Holbox, recently ranked #5 on the LA Times 101 Best Restaurants list; Chef Sathia Sun of new Italian hotspot Donna’s; Bridgetown Roti, famed Caribbean pop-up from chef Rashida Holmes; Chinese-Peruvian restaurant Chifa from Humberto Leon, founder of Opening Ceremony fashion brand, and Ricardina Leon; Bé Ù viet-street food; beloved Koreatown smashburger spot Love Hour; Santa Monica seafood restaurants Crudo e Nudo and Isla; Michelin-starred Camphor; Xuntos tapas barelevated French bistro Pasjoli; Guerilla Tacos, the popular street-taco restaurant that originated as a food truck from Chef Wes Avila; and more.

These new additions to the line up join previously announced headliners such as Justin Pichetrungsi of critically acclaimed Anajak Thai, BBQ master Adam Perry LangAlvin Cailan, Food Network Star Duff Goldman, award-winning Mexican-American chef Claudette Zepeda and Stephanie Izard of Girl & the Goat, to name a few, with attendees able to enjoy unlimited tastings from more than 30 chefs per day.

The festival is also dedicated to highlighting female-owned restaurants in LA, thanks to official non-profit partner Regarding Her (RE:Her), a national nonprofit dedicated to accelerating the growth of women entrepreneurs and leaders in food and beverage.

Ticket options include:

  • Early Bird Daily Pricing (through January 31st)
    • General Admission: $175/day
    • VIP (including 1-hour early access to the festival, access to the VIP lounge, exclusive bites and beverages, and a dedicated entrance to bypass the General Admission line): $275/day
  • Standard Daily Pricing (starting February 1st)
    • General Admission: $225/day
    • VIP (including 1-hour early access to the festival, access to the VIP lounge, exclusive bites and beverages and a dedicated entrance to bypass the General Admission line): $325/day
  • Weekend Passes (available starting February 2nd)
    • General Admission: $525
    • VIP: $825

Tickets may be purchased at lawineandfood.com. Additional programming and events will be announced in coming weeks, and more information can be found at lawineandfood.com or @lawinefoodfest on Instagram.

Joe Winger
Joe Wehinger (nicknamed Joe Winger) has written for over 20 years about the business of lifestyle and entertainment. Joe is an entertainment producer, media entrepreneur, public speaker, and C-level consultant who owns businesses in entertainment, lifestyle, tourism and publishing. He is an award-winning filmmaker, published author, member of the Directors Guild of America, International Food Travel Wine Authors Association, WSET Level 2 Wine student, WSET Level 2 Cocktail student, member of the LA Wine Writers. Email to: [email protected]
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