Get your calendars set and keep your belly empty for LA Weekly’s Plate food and wine festival on March 3.
Los Angeles’s longtime alternative weekly newspaper hosts its 5th annual food and wine event at Petersen Auto Museum in the heart of the City of Angels.
Food and wine festivals happen all the time in all corners of Southern California and the Inland Empire, but this one will be full of restaurants and eateries hand-picked by the LA Weekly’s restaurant and food critics. If you’ve read some of their restaurant critics’ articles, you know they know their stuff.
LA Weekly’s Plate event takes place Sunday, March 3, from 1 to 5 pm at the Petersen Auto Museum, located at 6060 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036. Get there early to score some parking (it costs $8) or else you’re searching for a spot in the myriad of nearby streets.
Tickets are being sold online, and no tickets are set to be sold at the door. For VIP tickets (with an extra hour of eating and sipping wine), get ready to shell out $95. General admission tickets will cost you $75. Proceeds benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.Categories: Fairs & Festivals, Food, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Restaurants, Santa Monica, West Hollywood, Wine & Wineries LA WeeklyLA Weekly PlateLA Weekly plate eventlos angeles food and wine festivallos angeles food festival