L.A. Times Food Bowl Reveals Chef and Restaurant Lineup for Launch Party and Night Market

Throughout September, Food Bowl, presented by City National Bank, will host food celebrations across the city featuring dozens of restaurants and top culinary talent, including Marcus Samuelsson, Stephanie Izard,  Aarti Sequeira, Tiffani Thiessen, Jon Yao, Bricia Lopez, Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn, Gilberto Cetina, Jenee Kim, Malcolm Lee and more

LOS ANGELES TIMES FOOD BOWL PRESENTS: TAKEOUT AND GIVE BACK The annual food festival unveils virtual campaign to garner support for local restaurants and hunger relief efforts At-home festivities will feature an online dinner party, food drives and a live cook-a-thon . LOS ANGELES – July 21, 2020 – The Los Angeles Times today announced […]

Los Angeles Times Announces Event Lineup for Third Annual Food Bowl

LOS ANGELES – April 1, 2019 – The Los Angeles Times announces the program schedule of almost 200 events for Food Bowl, its month long festival in May celebrating the city’s dynamic food scene. It will feature events with many of the chefs and restaurants that have helped put Los Angeles on the map, along with rare local appearances by internationally renowned chefs. The extensive lineup of dining events, panel discussions, chef collaborations, volunteer projects, and other food and drink-inspired happenings can now be found at lafoodbowl.com with a program guide to be distributed with the April 14 print edition of the Los Angeles Times.


On Tuesday, May 1, 2018, the LA Food Bowl, LA’s largest premiere food extravaganza, kicked off at the famous Wiltern theatre. The celebrity chef’s in attendance were Jose Andres, Nyesha Arrington, Susan Feniger, Tim Kilcoyne, and Ray Garcia. The Hollywood starlet of the night was actress Zooey Deschanel.

Before their talk on food awareness, sustainability, and lessening one’s carbon footprint, Viva LA Foodies and the Restaurant Fiction podcast asked them a few food related non sequitur questions to get them warmed up.

Things in a Bowl at The Border Grill, just an amuse of what’s to come at the LA Food Bowl!

Food awareness is what the LA Food Bowl is about. It serves the world’s best chefs and pairs them with LA’s top restaurants, bars, cafes, and hotels to bring awareness and fund the fight to end food waste, hunger, food insecurity and promote sustainability.

Eating my way through the Los Angeles Times Food Bowl Night+Market

As part of the LA Times Food Bowl’s commitment of “31 days of food” driven culinary events for Angelenos looking to explore the cities diverse dining options and destinations curated by the LA Times talented team of food writers and critics including the infamous Jonathan Gold amongst others have taken over our great city with an abundance of unique experiential dining experiences that are truly one of a kind.

The 2017 “Masters of Taste” received an Outpouring of Support

The 2nd Annual Masters of Taste event received an outpouring of support from the local foodie community despite the unexpected May shower downpours throughout the day. The luxury food and beverage festival took over the grassy field of the iconic Rose Bowl Stadium this past Sunday, May 7th, 2017 where a 100% of the proceeds from ticket sales and sponsorships went directly to Union Station Homeless Services!

LA TIMES FOOD BOWL | Hollywood at the Table at Skirball Museum

Phil Rosenthal, an overly animated Jewish American, who created Everybody Loves Raymond, swapped stories with Chef Ludo Febvre, an objective Frenchman, who created Trois Mec. Veteran food writer, Dr. Lara Rabinovitch dished out the questions and with the help of an audience of over 200 observed the biggest commonality between the two men: their passions for food.

Chef’s Fable Pow Wow

Today’s society is primarily focused on the pictures of food which is the last thing on a chef’s mind. Niki also supported Magnus by saying that all of the chefs on the panel besides her (Massimo Bottura of Osteria Franciscan and acclaimed LA Times Food Bowl, Best New Restaurant first annual award recipient Roy Choi of (LOCOL, Kogi, The Line Hotel, POT, Commissary, Chego, A-Frame, Sunny Spot et:al ), believe that they are artisans not artists.