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All-Star Chef Classic Returns to LA With Heavy International Roster

Big names include the Trois Mec/Familia dudes, Alain Ducasse, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and José Andrés.

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Once again, the All-Star Chef Classic is around the corner, with perhaps its most impressive lineup of Michelin-starred and award-winning chefs. The third iteration of the star-studded event will take place from March 9-12 at L.A. Live's custom built "Restaurant Stadium" with three new events: an Asian Masters Dinner, Mexican and Spanish Masters Dinner, and an international grand tasting. The international representatives alone might be worth the price of admission: Gaston Acurio (Astrid, Lima), Iñaki Aizpirtarte (Le Chateaubriand, Paris), Jose Ramón Castillo (Que Bo!, Mexico City), Tatiana Levha (Le Servan, Paris), and Diego Hernandez (Corazón de Tierra, Baja California).

Hometown heros featured at the event include José Andrés, Josef Centeno, Josiah Citrin, Ludo Lefebvre, Jon Shook, Vinny Dotolo, Jessica Koslow, Niki Nakayama, Charles Olalia, and Zach Pollack. Also in the mix are culinary mega-stars Alain Ducasse, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Wylie Dufresne, Sean Brock, and Chris Cosentino.

Tickets go on sale January 13  for AmEx Members, followed by public ticket sales commencing on January 20. Head here for tickets and more information, and check out the schedule below:

Wednesday, March 9: French Masters Dinner

Thursday, March 10: Noche de Masters Dinner

Friday, March 11: American Masters Dinner, Global Grand Tasting

Saturday, March 12: Little Masters, East West Masters Dinner, Grill & Chill

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