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Dec. 5th – Los Angeles Times 101 Best Restaurants 2023

L.A. Times 101 Best Restaurants List reveal event featuring bites from LA’s top restaurants, plus beer, wine, and spirits tastings.

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L.A. Times 101 Best Restaurants Launch Party, presented by City National Bank

Experience the live unveiling of the highly anticipated 101 Best Restaurants in L.A. list, curated by L.A. Times food critic and James Beard award winner Bill Addison. This exclusive launch party features signature bites from top L.A. restaurants and chefs, sips from iconic wineries and breweries — and a chance to mingle with some of the biggest names in food culture. Join us in celebrating the very best of L.A.’s diverse culinary landscape!

 

Enjoy all-inclusive food and drink from L.A.’s best restaurants:

Alta Adams • Ammatolí • Angelini Osteria • Bar Chelou • Bestia • Bhookhe • Chi Spacca • Coni’Seafood • Crudo e Nudo • Damian • Guelaguetza • Holbox • Jitlada • Kinn • Moo’s Craft Barbecue • Morihiro • Pasjoli • République • Saltie Girl • Tsubaki • Two Hommés

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Date and time

Tuesday, Dec. 5 • 7:00 p.m. PT

(VIP early entrance at 6:15 p.m.)

Location

Rolling Greens on Mateo

1005 Mateo St, Los Angeles, CA 90021

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Tickets:

  • Early Bird Ticket $175
  • Standard GA Ticket $190 – Includes admission + unlimited tastings and pours
  • VIP Advance Ticket $260
  • VIP Ticket $275

Please note: This is a 21 and older only event. We cannot admit guests under 21.

Tickets are not refundable. 

Getting there: We encourage rideshare for this event. For valet or rideshare, please enter this address in to your app:

1005 Mateo St, Los Angeles, CA 90021

Please do not contact the venue directly for questions. For any questions/inquiries, email us at eventinfo@latimes.com

 

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FOOD ALLERGIES:

If you have specific food allergies, please ensure that you inquire about the ingredients of each dish being served, directly from those serving it. The Los Angeles Times is not involved in selection of the menu items of each restaurant serving at the event, or the ingredients within,

 

 

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