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The First Annual L.A. Sriracha Festival

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The rooster sauce has certainly ignited the hearts of food lovers across L.A., and now it’s getting its own food festival.

Co-hosted by Randy Clemens, author of The Sriracha Cookbook and the Veggie-Lover’s Sriracha Cookbook, and Josh Lurie of Food GPS, the First Annual L.A. Sriracha Festival is happening on Sunday, October 27 from 3 to  6pm at LOT 613 in Downtown’s Arts District. For $49 a ticket, attendees get to freely enjoy a variety of Sriracha themed dishes—including desserts!—and cool off with local craft beer, cocktails, and sodas.

Some of the chefs in attendance include:

Beverages will be provided by:

Huy Fong Foods, Inc., producer of the iconic rooster-logo Sriracha bottles, is a presenting sponsor and founder David Tran will be making an appearance.

And if the thought alone of a fiery, Sriracha-flavored afternoon isn’t enough, a portion of proceeds from the event will directly benefit Food Forward, a local charity that rescues fresh local produce which would otherwise go to waste, and donate it to those in need.

The Details:

Sunday, October 27, 2013
3-6 p.m.

LOT 613
613 Imperial Street, Downtown L.A.

Tickets (21+ event):
General admission tickets – $49 in advance, $59 at the door.
VIP tickets include reserved seating, early admission from 2 p.m., and a signed copy of The Veggie-Lover’s Sriracha Cookbook. – $80 in advance, $90 at the door (if available).
Tickets are on sale at LAsrirachafestival.nightout.com

Valet parking is available at 619 Imperial Street ($10/car)
Street parking is free, if you can find it!

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1 Response for “The First Annual L.A. Sriracha Festival”

  1. LAfoodie#49567 says:

    What a ripoff. They oversold the tickets and approximately 30 min after general admission opened, it was almost impossible to try most the items. The food started running out an hour into the festival. By about 2 hours in, most the cocktails and beer were gone. For a 3 hour festival, this is unacceptable.

    There’s a large group of people who paid for nothing but to wait in line. I feel sorry for them.


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