One of Los Angeles’ premier annual food events,Taste of the Nation, is returning to form on June 7. The Culver City all-day bash takes over the leafy Media Park right in the heart of downtown Culver, with proceeds benefitting the No Kid Hungry campaign. Last year, the culinary darling raised over a quarter million dollars to help feed the undernourished among us.
This year, Taste of the Nation is as stacked as ever, with booths from dozens of L.A.’s top kitchens. Barrel & Ashes, Black Market Liquor Bar, The District by Hannah An, Cliff’s Edge, Hudson House, Plan Check, Terrine and more will be on hand, with the headlining chefs and restaurateurs behind them also out in full force. There will also be lots to drink from winemakers and mixologists all over L.A.
Tickets for Taste of the Nation are now on sale for $110, which includes access to the General Admission tasting that runs from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. A $50 surcharge earns VIP access, which includes early priority access at 12:30 p.m. and a special VIP area.