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LUCKYRICE Fest Is Coming To Hollywood

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The annual fest featuring night market-style Asian cuisine and cocktails galore announced they're setting up shop in Hollywood this year. Sang Yoon (chef at Father’s Office and Lukshon), will once again host an expansive array of Asian food and inspired cocktails, and promises “star-studded chef-driven concepts” as well as “casual Asian eateries,” according to a release. Plenty of well-known L.A. staples will be representing, as well as Portland’s Non’s Khao Man Gai and Oakland’s Hopscotch will also be slinging their stuff.

The 5-year-old New York-based LUCKYRICE first debuted in L.A. in 2012 at the Helms Bakery Building in Culver City. It will also be stopping in San Francisco, Las Vegas and Miami this year.

THE TASTING MENU: Asian Box, Ayara Thai Cuisine, Bling Bling Dumpling, BEP, Vietnamese Kitchen, Carb & Nation, Chef Jet Tila, Doma Kitchen Cafe, Fluff Ice, Hamasaku, Hopscotch (Oakland), Katsuya, Komodo, Lukshon, Michael's Santa Monica, Nong’s Khao Man Gai (Portland), Parks BBQ, Phorage, RockSugar Pan Asian Kitchen, Seoul Sausage, Starry Kitchen, Sunny Blue.

DRINK: Pours from Asahi beers, Dirty Laundry, No Vacancy, Pour Vous, Harlowe, Bombay Sapphire Gin. N/A options from Bruce Coast Ginger Ale.

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LUCKYRICE will be stopping in Los Angeles on August 7 at Create Hollywood, 6021 Hollywood Blvd. The Festival opens to VIPs ($150) at 7 p.m. and General Admission ($88) at 8 p.m. and last until 10 p.m. Tickets here.