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Restaurants

Wexler's Deli

Proving that everyone who says the West Coast doesn’t have great Jewish delis is wrong.

Porto's Bakery and Cafe

The pride and joy of Burbank (Portos’ guava pastries) are coming to the Westside for the first time.

NIGHT + MARKET

From West Hollywood to Silver Lake to Venice, this Thai food mini-empire is taking over LA. And now they’re bringing the party to EEEEEATSCON.

Roberta's

This Brooklyn pizza spot will be popping up at EEEEEATSCON before their grand opening in LA. Try them and decide whether or not spicy honey on pizza is the greatest invention of the last 10 years.

Shake Shack

Do we really need to explain this one? Don’t miss out on the classics but also expect a custom EEEEEATSCON menu item.

Rose Café

One of Venice’s best restaurant hangs is coming to EEEEEATSCON.

Sweetgreen

If you’re going to eat a salad at EEEEEATSCON, it better be a great one. Which is why Sweetgreen will be on the premises.

Loqui

Definitely the best tortillas, and probably the best tacos, on the Westside.

Fuku

The fried chicken sandwich from the team behind Momofuku in NYC and now Majordomo in LA.

Liholiho Yacht Club

The Infatuation SF's highest-rated restaurant is coming to LA for the first time. Expect ridiculously good Hawaiian-inspired food.

Lunasia Dim Sum House

For one day only, you won’t have to go to the San Gabriel Valley to eat the best dim sum in Los Angeles.

Mr Holmes Bakehouse

These guys are behind such creations as the cruffin, the churro croissant, and other actually quite ingenious hybrid pastries.

The NoMad Truck

Truffle-stuffed chicken burgers and the best soft serve you’ll find in LA. This EEEEEATSCON 2017 MVP is back for a victory lap.

Ravionly

Handmade Italian dumplings from Brooklyn. Ravionly packs epic flavor combinations into delicious little squares of pasta.

COMING SOON

More great restaurants to be announced soon.

Musicians

Centennial High School Marching Band

You might have heard of Centennial High because your Mom saw them on Ellen or your friend saw them in a Kendrick Lamar video but either way, they make being in a marching band cool.

COMING SOON

More great musicians to be announced soon.

COMING SOON

More great musicians to be announced soon.

Speakers

Missy Robbins

Missy is an award-winning chef and restaurateur whose Brooklyn restaurant, Lilia, is one of our favorite places to eat pasta in NYC/the world. Missy is also an author, having recently published Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner... Life: Recipes and Adventures from My Home Kitchen. She will join EEEEEATSCON for a Q&A discussion about finding work/life balance in a grueling industry.

Chris Sayegh

Chris has solidified his space as the number one cannabis infusion chef in the world. With a seemingly endless supply of passion and drive, Chris has his sights set on leaving a positive impact on the world through his medium of choice, food. Having faced intense struggles to pursue this commendable dream, leaves him open to sharing his vision with the world that is The Herbal Chef ™.

Robert Egger

Robert is the founder and president of L.A. Kitchen, which recovers locally sourced, cosmetically imperfect fruits and vegetables to fuel a culinary arts job training program for men and women coming out of foster care and returning from incarceration. Robert speaks throughout the country and internationally on the subjects of hunger, sustainability, nonprofit political engagement and social enterprise, and we're excited to welcome him to EEEEEATSCON.

COMING SOON

More great speakers to be announced soon.