Hosted by Jonathon Gold, May 18 and 19, the annual LA Bite Nite will take place at the LA Times Olympic Printing Plant. A night of class an exclusivity, you are sure not to be disappointed by the bountiful amounts of decadent food.
Although the tickets are restricted to only LA Time subscribers, the event is certain to sell out. Members are limited to two tickets and each costing 125 dollars.
Twenty of the best restauranteurs and chefs, picked by Jonathon Gold, participate each night serving up their finest dishes. Attendees will walk around the venue sampling small dishes from each restaurant.
Jonathon Gold is a columnist for the LA Times, albeit his extensive wrap sheet extends to writing for The Weekly and other major publications. Most notably known for his critiques, which won him a Pulitzer Prize. He focuses on small ethnic restaurants varying in cuisine, which will be seen through the various restaurants he has chosen for the event.
The restaurants showcasing are:
Corazon y Miel
Meals by Genet
Manhattan Beach Post
Night + Market
Odys & Penelope
Porridge and Puffs
Post & Beam
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