L.A. Weekly is excited to announce the return of Brunch at the Races, the third annual brunch extravaganza! Taking place on Sunday October 15th, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.at Santa Anita Park, this event is sure to be one to remember!
Curated by LA Weekly Editor Mara Shalhoup, this event will feature signature brunch bites from over 30 of Los Angeles’ most iconic breakfast, brunch and lunch spots.
New eats added!! The following restaurants have confirmed attendance at this year’s event: AR Cucina, Pez Cantina, Fred 62, Myke’s Café, Kobawoo House, Jones Coffee Roasters, Monkey Bar, McConnells, Chez Tex, Poppy + Rose, Red Herring, Cindy’s Eaglerock Restaurant, Pono Burger, Little Dom’s, Sweet & Savory, Mascarpone Cheesecakes, La Huesuda Tacos, Tavern, and even more to come!
Sponsors of this year’s event include: Beam Suntory’s Effen Vodka and Maker’s Mark, The Dude’s Brewing Company, Angel City Brewery, Bai, Cacique, Rita’s Italian Ice, Zico, Hubert’s, Imperfect Produce, with more to come.
Tickets are on sale now! And can be purchased at: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1523763?utm_source=law&utm_medium=press.
General Admission tickets will be available starting at $40 and include: entry into the event, full day admission to Santa Anita Park, unlimited food samples from 30+ restaurants, beer/wine/cocktail samples from our partners, access to entertainment and a vendor village. A limited number of VIP admission tickets will be available starting at $60. VIP Admission tickets include all general admission perks plus access to an exclusive VIP lounge and VIP gift bag.
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Don’t miss out on our second annual Brunch at the Races!
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