Win two free tickets to Brunch at the Races!

What: Breakfast and Brunch event
Where: Santa Anita Park
When: Sunday, October 18th 11am – 2pm
The races will be happening during the event!
A ticket includes access to Santa Anita Park for the day

L.A. Weekly is excited to confirm the final restaurant line up for our new signature event, Brunch at the Races! Taking place on Sunday October 18th, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Santa Anita Park, this event is sure to become one for the record books! Curated by LA Weekly’s own award-winning restaurant critic Besha Rodell and food editor Sarah Bennett, this event will feature signature brunch bites from 29 of Los Angeles’s most iconic breakfast and brunch spots. Guests will be able to take in a horse race while indulging in their favorite brunch dishes. As of press time, the following restaurants have confirmed attendance at this year’s event: 10e, Abigaile, Auntie Em’s Kitchen, Beachwood Café, Bierbeisl Imbiss, The Blue Owl, Cassell’s Hamburgers, Chago Ahogadas, Cindy’s Eaglerock Restaurant, Du-par’s, Flores + Sons, Fred 62, Goldie’s, Go Get Em Tiger, Chef Johnny Lee, Jones Coffee Roasters, Little Dom’s, McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams, Myke’s Café, Nickel Diner, Olive & Thyme, Poppy + Rose, Poppy Cake Baking Co., Semi Sweet Bakery, Sonny’s Hideaway, Status Kuo, Sticky Rice, Superba Food + Bread and Sweet Butter Kitchen. Presenting sponsor Stella Artois will be on site sampling to the 2000+ attendees alongside Hornitos, Knob Creek, Soleil Mimosa and Middlebar who will be serving up signature bloody mary’s, mint juleps and mimosas. Califia Farms, DIABOLO Beverages, and Dry Sparkling will have non-alcoholic options for guests to compliment their brunch bites while Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams will be scooping up sweet and delicious frozen treats.

Tickets for Brunch at the Races are on sale now at

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5 thoughts on “Win two free tickets to Brunch at the Races!”

      1. Does this mean I won?! 🙂 I’d prefer not to post my email address publicly, but I can’t find a way to send you my email privately.

        A site admin should be able to see my email address since it’s a required field for people to make comments on this blog. Or let me know how to contact you!

        (I have two email addresses and can’t remember which one I used in my original comment yesterday. It was either a**** or e*******, the one I’m using to make this comment.)

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