Grand Central Market | Events | Eat to the Beat | This is music to our ears: dublab is coming to Grand Central Market for a pre-Thanksgiving happening that we're calling Eat to the Beat . It's a day of music and food on Saturday, November 23, from noon until 6:00 p.m.
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Eat to the Beat
November 23, 2013

This is music to our ears: dublab is coming to Grand Central Market for a pre-Thanksgiving happening that we're calling Eat to the Beat

It's a day of music and food on Saturday, November 23, from noon until 6:00 p.m., to benefit dublab and to celebrate the ongoing evolution of GCM with a series of one-day collaborations among Market vendors.

So, while dublab DJs spin, our chefs will be combining forces. Come to the Market for tasty bites from: 

Valerie x Valeria’s
Horse Thief x Egg Slut
DTLA Cheese x Sarita’s
Roast to Go x Lupita’s
Tacos Tumbras a Tomas x Sticky Rice

Plus G&B Coffee will be serving its "cover" versions of the Starbuck's holiday menu: creme brûlée latte, peppermint mocha, gingerbread latte, eggnog latte, and their own signature contribution, The Ernie Els.

Also in the Market that day, look for:

Live t-shirt and tote bag screenprinting by HIT+RUN.

A kids' craft center from Little Junebugs.

And an architecture tour for the Market with de Lab.

The day is FREE and open to all ages. 

And remember, the Market always offers FREE parking with your meal. (Don't forget to validate.)

 

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