Celebrating Anthony Bourdain

DATE: Saturday, June 26
TIME : Doors & Dinner: 7:00 PM, Movie Starts: 8:30 PM

Tickets are limited to this event, so don’t miss out.

Join us on June 26 for an exclusive evening celebrating the late gifted chef, Anthony Bourdain. Attendees will enjoy a private early screening of the new film Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain ahead of the theatrical release date while savoring foods themed on the exploration of international culture & cuisine with an ode to Bourdain’s legacy and beloved TV shows ‘Parts Unknown’ and ‘No Reservations.’

The highly-anticipated documentary is an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at how an anonymous chef became a world-renowned cultural icon. From Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville (20 Feet From Stardom, Won’t You Be My Neighbor?), this unflinching look at Bourdain reverberates with his presence, in his own voice, and in the way he indelibly impacted the world around him.

FOOD FROM LA'S BEST CHEFS AND POPUPS

Jon & Vinny's

James Beard award-winning chefs and friends of the late Anthony Bourdain, Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, who e also behind Animal, Son of a Gun, Trois Mec, and Petit Trois offer a contemporary art take on pizza at Jon & Vinny's.
Menu:
Jon & Vinny’s "White Lightning" Mozzarella Pizza, Ricotta, Garlic, Onion, Oregano, Pickled Jalapeños. Whole pizza, cut into 6 slices.

    

A's BBQ

From his front yard in City Terrace, Alan Cruz makes some of the most distinctive and exciting barbecue in Los Angeles. There is 14-hour smoked brisket that disappears before you have memory of eating it, but also dishes cooked from the point of view of a young Chicano barbecue chef shaped by central Texas traditions.
Menu:
3 meat BBQ plate. Brisket, Link Slices, Cochinita, side of Mac and Rajas

    

Bridgetown Roti

In Trinidad and Barbados, roti stands are as ubiquitous as Taco trucks are in LA. After slavery was abolished throughout the Caribbean in the late 19th century, Southern Indians were work sent to island plantations where they introduced Paratha rotis to the region. With flavors that encompass the vivacity of the tropical islands, Chef Rashida has seamlessly woven the traditions and history of the Caribbean into her rendition of home-style food.
Menu:
Option 1: Mom's Curry Chicken Roti - (Nut & Dairy Free) - Curry Chicken Thighs, Crispy Weiser Potatoes, Turmeric Spiced Cabbage, Cilantro, and Scallion. Served with a side of Sweet Plantains.
Option 2: Channa & Sweet Potato Roti - (Vegan, Nut & Dairy Free) - Coconut Chickpea Curry, Fried Cauliflower, Spiced Turmeric Slaw, Cilantro, and Scallions. Served with a side of Jerk Cucumber Salad - (Vegan, GF, & Dairy Free).

   

Taco's 1986

Tacos 1986 is among Los Angeles’s favorite taco popups. Victor Delgado and partner Jorge Alvarez-Tostado, whose nickname is “El Joy” are known for their Tijuana-style tacos de adobada as well as two other meat options: pollo asada and carne asada and a vegetarian hongos option.
Menu:
4 Taco Plate. Choose from Beef/Carne Asada, Chicken/Pollo Asado, Pork Al Pastor, and/or Mushroom (V). Vegan option available. Served on Handmade Corn Tortillas or Flour Tortillas with Salsas

     

Wanderlust Creamery

Inspired by their own feelings of wanderlust, every flavor at Wanderlust Creamery takes a note from the places we long to visit, and childhood memories.
Menu:
Choose from 6 flavors from around the world.

      

DJ

Alison Mosshart (The Kills)

A friend of the late Anthony Bourdain, Alison Mosshart is best known as lead vocalist for the rock band The Kills. She will be honoring Tony at the event by playing a set filled with songs that he loved before the screening of the film.

  

EVENT INFO:

This information is for those who purchased a GA or VIP ticket, If you are one of our VVIP guests, please note that your arrival and parking information is different, and you should have received details via email. For any questions, please contact us at eventinfo@latimes.com

Each GA and VIP ticket comes with a meal that you have pre-selected from one of our food vendors. Upon arrival, you will receive a food ticket that will be redeemable for your meal at the selected food vendor. Be careful not to lose that ticket! Our picnic style “seating” is first come, first served. VIP tickets will grant access to the front VIP lawn section of the venue. We suggest arriving early to give yourself enough time to find your picnic spot, pick up your food, and enjoy the meal prior to the film starting.   

Bring your own blankets, pillows, and cushions to get cozy. Tall chairs or other raised seating (6+ inches off the ground) are not permitted. Please be considerate of those seated behind you. 

GETTING THERE: 

Night Market Cinema will take place on a grassy lawn in Exposition Park, right in between the L.A. Coliseum and the Natural History Museum.  

Rideshare and Driving: 

We strongly encourage rideshare to this event. Set your GPS or rideshare app to this address: 3975 S Bill Robertson Lane, Los Angeles, CA. 90037  

This will lead you directly to the parking garage.

Parking is $15.  

Once outside of your car or rideshare, follow the signs to the entrance of the event, located between the L.A. Coliseum and the Natural History Museum. 

Go Metro: 

Public transport is encouraged. Take the Metro Expo Line directly to Expo Park/USC Station. Plan your ride at https://trips.metro.net/ 

RULES & FAQ:

  • Ages 21+
  • Tickets are non-refundable.
  • Parking is located at  3975 S Bill Robertson Lane, Los Angeles, CA. 90037  Enter from the North off of Exposition Blvd.
  • Parking is $15
  • Outside food and drinks are NOT permitted.
  • Alcohol and nonalcoholic drinks will be available for purchase on-site.
  • No folding chairs or other seating higher than 6 inches is allowed in the picnic area.
  • No glass allowed inside the venue.
  • This event is sold out.
  • Tickets will not be available for purchase on-site.
  • Dogs and other pets are not permitted.
  • Smoking is not permitted within 50 ft of the event.
  • No weapons of any kind allowed onsite.
  • No use of drones allowed onsite.

COVID GUIDELINES AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK

If you or anyone within your group has or is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, we ask you to please stay home to ensure the health and safety of our audience and staff.

Face coverings are required for all non-vaccinated people.
Face coverings are optional for fully vaccinated people.

By voluntarily attending this event, you acknowledge the following:

  1. Attending the event includes possible exposure to and illness from infectious diseases including but not limited to COVID-19. While particular rules and personal discipline may reduce this risk, the risk of illness does exist;
  2. You  knowingly and freely assume all such risks related to illness and infectious diseases, such as COVID-19, and release Los Angeles Times and its affiliate partners of liability; and
  3. You hereby knowingly assume the risk of injury, harm, and loss associated with the Activity, including any injury, harm, and loss caused by the negligence, fault, or conduct of any kind on the part of the Released Parties.

 

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