WEST HOLLYWOOD — In the latest celebration of WeHo’s originality and flavor, the first-ever Eat + Drink Week will take place October 18-27, showcasing the diverse landscape of culinary offerings and creative mixology that fills the little 1.9 square-mile slice of heaven we call West Hollywood.
The event will highlight West Hollywood’s acclaimed foodie scene, which includes a dozen eateries recently recognized in the 2019 California Michelin Guide as well as a host of others helmed by some of the most innovative chefs in the industry.
The event will also showcase West Hollywood’s robust craft cocktail culture in particular, which comprises an impressive collection of hot spots that run the gamut from Old Hollywood camp and new A-List trendsetters to gritty back alley bars and swanky Boystown lounges.
“Dining and drinking in West Hollywood is an art and something to be celebrated, so it’s only natural that there would be an event dedicated to the creativity and style that is found here,” says Tom Kiely, president and CEO of West Hollywood Travel + Tourism Board, which is sponsoring the event. “True to our city’s spirit, chefs and mixologists in West Hollywood are pioneers in their individual specialties, and those distinct talents shine through in every dining experience.”
During the event, restaurants specializing in everything from classic California farm-to-table fare to authentic omakase experiences and late-night comfort food will feature special menus and pricing.
Details of participating bars and restaurants and other event happenings will be announced at a later date at www.eatanddrinkweek.com
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