FOOD and WINE presented the Taste of Beverly Hills “Date Night” on Saturday. The event featured cooking demonstrations, wine sessions from Master Sommeliers, tastings featuring over 40 Los Angeles restaurants, wine tastings from winery owners and live music. The event was flawless and every aspect of the night was perfect with great vendors, fun people and amazing food and wine. To top it off, the night concluded with the standout musical performance by Fitz and the Tantrums.
Located next to the Beverly Hills Hilton, hungry patrons looking to get a taste of delectable samples from L.A.’s best restaurants gathered inside huge tents. Festival goers washed down their palates with refreshing red and white wine.
Check out our event coverage in the slideshow below:
Our favorite samples included:
|Mini sirloin burgers from 25 Degrees restaurant @ the Roosevelt Hotel|
Public Kitchen and Bar
|Roasted pork belly with asparagus, morels and English peas|
|Peruvian potato mouse + tuna tartar|
|Fideuà – Spanish black seafood pasta|
|Foie Gras mousse, port jelly, micro arugula and caramelized fig|
Tickets were available for $125 per person, with advance purchase, for a day session pass; $150 per person, with advance purchase, for an evening session pass; $175 for a full day pass; and $500 per person for an all-access weekend package that allowed guests into afternoon and evening sessions, seminars, chef demos, competitions, and more.
|Fitz and the Tantrums|
The event concluded with a great performance by Fitz and the Tantrums. If you haven’t seen this band before, they definitely bring energy to the stage and make you want to dance. The band performed several upbeat songs including the memorable, “Don’t Gotta Work It Out,” which got the crowd dancing in front of the stage. The group also performed, “Wind’s of Change” and announced that their newest album, Pickin’ Up the Pieces was just released.
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