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KBBQ Chefs to "Meat" Their Matches at Annual Cookoff This Sunday

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Time to get your appetites for Korean BBQ fired up, as this Saturday, August 6, is the day for the 3rd Annual Korean BBQ Cook-off in Koreatown.

Several of the city's best restaurants and food trucks will be on hand serving up their KBBQ dishes for attendees who can buy the different plates of grub priced from $5-$15. Admission to the event itself, however, is free. Hit the ATM before you get there, since it's a cash-only event. Don't forget your ID if you want to get in the beer garden.

The actual cook-off is the centerpiece of the event, and this year local chefs will be competing as well as the restaurant pros. A few well-known food folk will serve as judges for the hot contest.

3rd Annual Korean BBQ Cook-off in Koreatown (S. Hobart Street, between 7th St. and Wilshire Blvd.)
Saturday August 6, 2011 Noon-6 p.m.; Admission is free, food & drink priced individually (cash only)

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