LA Times Celebrates Second-Annual Dining Guide with a Pair of Bite Nites
LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Times will publish
In celebration of this year's best, Gold will host a duo of intimate Bite Nite events at The Times' printing plant in Downtown L.A.'s Arts District on May 19th and 20th. Each evening will feature a hand-picked selection of restaurants and tickets will be made available exclusively to Times members beginning 10:00 a.m. PDT on April 30th.
“Throughout the year, Times readers rely on Jonathan’s eclectic tastes and encyclopedic knowledge of local dining – from where to find the best tacos, to who has the most authentic dumplings, to which pizzeria is not-to-be-missed,” said
The guide is designed for voracious readers and audacious eaters. Included is an essay on current culinary culture in L.A. and capsule reviews of each restaurant by the
"Food and dining is of keen interest to our readers, Southern Californians at large, and all who visit here year-round," said Bill Yawman, Senior Director of Audience Development for The Times. "Providing exclusive online access to the 101 for Times members while making the guide available for individual purchase allows us to serve all audiences with the news they crave."
For more information about Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants, Bite Nite and how to activate or initiate a Times membership, go to latimes.com/getgold.
NOTE: Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants cover image available by request.
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