Pastry chef, writer, blogger, and sketcher extraordinaire Ms. Jessica Koslow is helming the kitchen of Canele next Tuesday, October 13th.

Knowing her deep obsession with wine, Sapp Noodle Shop and the Pacojet, this event should surpass the glorified burger night mounted in the same kitchen a few months back. Event flier below:

Eat sip chew Canele Final

Notes from the chef du jour:

The restaurant will have dishes available off their menu available as well in the event that not everyone in your party is looking for this fine tasting menu. SO, not everyone has to come and order the tasting menu…there’s other ways that you can come and share in the night! (However, I think that people may not want to share their dessert….)

ALL the produce/meat for the night is locally sourced. Even the Lamb is from California. How great is that?

HINT!!! If you want to bring your OWN bottle(s) of wine, their corkage fee is a reasonable $10 a bottle. However, they do have great value reds, such as the 2005 (a great year) of Navarra Rioja for a mere $24 a bottle.

The restaurant does not take reservations. The restaurant is larger than I even thought, so don’t worry about getting a table. We’ll all fit!

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  • Liz

    I would come to this, as I love Canele, but I will be in godforsaken Riverside. Toshi omakase is on, as soon as DineLA is over. Early November?
    .-= Liz´s last blog ..Umami Wednesday: Sous Vide, is it? =-.

  • TonyC

    FST, Toshi omakase in early Nov is PERFECT. Early fall is the finest seafood season. Sorry about Riverside, but THANKS for commenting/reading this. No one else has.

  • i’ll be there. are you? i’m reading this also.
    .-= bagnatic´s last blog ..once in a while, i shave :0 =-.



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