Sneak Peak of What to Expect at Masters of Taste, Union Station’s Biggest Fundraiser

Chefs and Spirit Masters of Taste Chef Jonathan Aviles of Salazar served Coctel de Camaron it was paired with Nuestra Soledad Mezcal chosen by H.E. Greer of Back Bar ProjectChef Sammy Monsour of Preux & Proper served a Seafood Gumbo which was paired with O\'Melvaney Red Ale selected by Frank Martinez of San Fernando BrewingChef Jon Hung of Raymond 1886 prepared Seared Sea Trout which was paired with San Simeon Sauvignon Blanc by Russell Shin of San Antonio WineryHost Chef Michael Hung of Faith & Flower created a Roasted Prime Striploin which was paired with San Simeon Cabernet Sauvignon from San Antonio WineryChef Jon Hensley of Lark Cake Shop served a Red Velvet Mini-Cupcake paired with Strawberry Brandy by Bryan Chenault of Ventura Spirits

STAFF REPORT

4:02 pm | March 6, 2019


On Sunday, April 7, at the Rose Bowl, Union Station Homeless Services will present its premier food and beverage festival. Masters of Taste features LA’s top restaurants, craft breweries, cocktail programs, and California wineries. All featured participants will serve unlimited tastings to all guests.

In a preview of what to expect at the festival Chefs, Jonathan Aviles of Salazar, Sammy Monsour of Preux & Proper, Jon Hung of The Raymond 1886, Master of Taste Host Chef Michael Hung of Faith and Flower and Jon Hansley of Lark Cake Shop prepared delicious dishes to represent what to expect at the upcoming festival.

All courses were paired with wine and spirits from Back Bar Project, San Fernando Brewing Co., San Antonio Winery, and Ventura Spirits. So far 95 restaurants have committed to the event with more expected.

One-Hundred percent of the monies raised from the event will go to support Union Station Homeless Services on their quest to end homelessness.

For tickets or more information visit http://www.mastersoftastela.com. The event is for ages 21+ only.