LA Times Bite Nite with Jonathan Gold


Jonathan Gold is known not only for his being the first Pulitzer Prize winning food critic, but also for his run as one of LA Weeklys most popular writers with Counter Intelligence and is currently writing for The LA Times and is a regular guest on KCRW’s Good Food radio program.

Pan con compipe from Corazon y Miel, which will be serving at Bite Nite. (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times / April 12, 2013)

On Tuesday, May 21st, Jonathan Gold and LA Times host Bite Nite, not just a celebration of the release of Jonathan Gold’s 101 Best Restaurants but also an exclusive tasting event that will feature 20 hand-picked restaurants. The event is for LA Times members only and tickets are $101. So far the list of participants include Sqirl, Kogi, Mazza, Bestia, The Hart & the Hunter, ink., Night + Market and more. With a host like the renowned Jonathan Gold and his impeccable taste, an event like this is sure to be commended.

Tickets for Jonathan Gold’s Bite Nite are $101 and available to Times members beginning at 10 a.m. on May 8. For more information, go to

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