New Foodie Experience Highlights the Flavors and Luxuries of L.A.

The SLS Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Beverly Hills is treating all foodies to the tastiest package in town. In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, the hotel has announced a three-day interactive Be Epicurean experience focused on the flavors of Los Angeles and the property, and complemented by luxe accommodations in the newly redesigned guest rooms. The foodie adventure includes dining at the hotel’s own The Bazaar by José Andrés and newly added Somni, plus a day with Pascaul Baudar and more.

“From the opening of The Bazaar by Jose Andres 10 years ago to this year’s addition of Somni, The SLS Beverly Hills has become an iconic culinary destination,” says General Manager Christophe Thomas. “Be Epicurean pays tribute to the hotel’s footprint in Los Angeles’ exceptional culinary landscape over the past decade.”


Be Epicurean Package

The package begins with a hands-on Very Bazaar mixology tutorial, a gastronomy demonstration or a bon bon making class. The first day is topped off with José’s Tasting Menu at The Bazaar which features a 14-course tasting menu of signature dishes from the past decade. 

The following day kicks off with an SLS signature breakfast at Tres by José Andrés before heading to Angeles National Park for a foraging excursion led by LA’s most revered forager and naturalist Pascal Baudar. Source native flora and fauna and ready-to-eat ingredients before stopping for an al fresco picnic lunch made with fresh, fermented and pickled wildcrafted foods made by Pascal. The day concludes with a private meet-and-greet with Somni’s Chef Aitor Zabala and a tour of the exhibition kitchen and restaurant. Then, enjoy a 20-plus course tasting menu experience before departing the following day with a culinary farewell treat in hand. 

The Be Epicurean package starts at $1,700 and is available through June 31. 

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