Wednesday, February 24th; 6:30 p.m.

A special dining experience to celebrate and support the Best New Restaurants 2020 featuring a curated to-go tasting menu and virtual event.

Now, more than ever, Los Angeles restaurants need our support. We invite you to join us to help keep them cooking through these challenging times.

This year’s event will be a new way to discover the honorees from the January “Best New Restaurants – Quarantine Edition” issue comfortably and safely from home. Enjoy a unique tasting menu featuring dishes from a variety of this year’s restaurant winners, while going on a virtual epicurean journey featuring the chefs.

*Check back for updates and menus. Event details subject to change. Limited tickets available. Must be 21 years or older.

How It Works:

  • Purchase your Best New Restaurant ticket by selecting the tasting menu of your choice.
  • Each tasting menu is designed for TWO (2) people and includes tastings from 5 restaurants, cocktails, and a bottle of wine from Bocce Ball Wines.
    • No substitutions or adjustments to the dishes available.
  • Drive to the pick-up location on February 24th at a specific time (TBD) to get your Tasting Kit. Pick-up and delivery options available (Delivery is limited to within a 10 mile radius of the pick-up location. Limited spots available. Must reserve by February 17 or until sold out).
  • Tune in to the live stream starting at 6:30 p.m. A link will be sent out 1 hour prior to the show.

For questions, please email



*Check back for updates.




Must be 21 years or older to attend. Valid photo ID required. All tickets are final sale. No refunds will be issued for this event. By purchasing, accepting, or using this ticket, you accept full and sole responsibility for all risks, both known or unknown, inherent or otherwise, related to the event these tickets are for, and acknowledge that you are voluntarily using these tickets even with knowledge and awareness of the risks. You hereby RELEASE, DISCHARGE AND COVENANT NOT TO SUE Los Angeles Magazine, LLC. and each of its respective direct and indirect affiliates and subsidiaries (the “Hour Media Entities”); and you further agree to INDEMNIFY, HOLD HARMLESS, AND DEFEND the Hour Media Entities. You agree that the Hour Media Entities have no liability for lost or stolen tickets.

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