LA Mag Best New Restaurants 2016 Recap

LA Magazine Best New Restaurant 2016 Celebration was held this year at the beautiful venue 440 Seaton in the Arts District. This year’s honorees included Terrine, Love & Salt, Redbird, and Le Comptoir. Some respective names included were Faith & Flower, Union, The Bellwether, Cassia, Broken Spanish, and Jon & Vinny’s.

It was an incredible evening filled with delicious bites, libations, donuts, and a photobooth to capture the memories.
Special thanks to LA Magazine for having me a part of this special night. You guys throw a rockin’ party!
Here’s some photos I captured from the event.

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LA Magazine Best New Restaurants 2016 Celebration

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Join Los Angeles Magazine for the annual Best New Restaurants event. Celebrate the Best New Restaurants of 2015 featured in the January issue as well as past honorees. The evening of culinary excellence will include gourmet tastings from the honored chefs at The Bellwether, Birch, Broken Spanish, Jon & Vinny’s, Le Comptoir, Love & Salt, Redbird, Terrine, and Union (more coming soon!), handcrafted Bombay Sapphire cocktails, beer, wine and live music.

Tickets are $70 (food & cocktails included) and available for purchase at http://www.lamag.com/lasocialevents/bestnewrestaurants/

*Must be 21 years or older. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016
7-9 p.m.

440 Seaton
440 Seaton Street, Los Angeles
(Arts District DTLA)

Asian American Expo Givewaway

Hey there losangelesfoodiegirl readers! I am giving away 5 pairs of tickets to the Asian American Expo happening on Saturday, January 16-17th at the Pomona Fairplex. To enter, head on over to my Instagram page for details.

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Asian American Expo is back to celebrate its 35th Anniversary. Come kick off the year of the Monkey with the largest Asian Trade Show with 1,000+ vendor booths, 6 large exhibition halls, 3 unique food courts featuring over 100 food vendors, and 8 non-stop performance stages. Hosted at the beginning of every year to celebrate the Lunar New Year Festival, come join attendees from all different ethnic and work backgrounds both locally and internationally.

Cost: Payment required – Presale $11, General Adult $12, Children ages 4-12 $10, Seniors ages 65+ $10