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2nd Annual Sriracha Festival Hits Chinatown on October 19

The spicy food festival hosts some of the best chefs in town, all using the famous rooster sauce.

Sriracha Fest bottles
Sriracha Fest bottles

The second annual LA Sriracha Fest, produced by FoodGPS and The Sriracha Cookbook, hits Chinatown this year on Sunday, October 19 right in the heart of the northern Downtown district from 3 to 6 p.m. Among the chef participants: ShopHouse's Nate Appleman, SQIRL's Jessica Koslow, Willy B's Christian Page (formerly of Short Order), Jitlada, Komodo's Erwin Tjahyadi, Eric Greenspan, Eggslut's Alvin Cailan and Johnny Lee, Beachwood Barbecue's Gave Gordon, The Gadarene Swine's Phillip Frankland Lee, Little Jewel's Marcus Christiana-Beniger, and Ink's Mei Lin.

The all-star chef lineup will be preparing a slew of Sriracha-based dishes (even desserts!), along with local craft beer (think Eagle Rock Brewery, Beachwood BBQ & Brewing, and Golden Road), drinks by Warwick's Damian Windsor and Jason Bran, and coffee from Portola. Tickets run $59 in advance and $69 at the door, so pick them up early. VIP tickets run $90 (in advance), with guaranteed seating and early admission.

LA Sriracha Festival
October 19, 3 to 6 p.m.
943-951 N. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Tickets Available Here

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