Reservations, presented in partnership with Minor Figures + Ace Hotel DTLA
- 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | Thursday April 27, 2023
- Segovia Hall | Ace Hotel Los Angeles
- 929 S Broadway
Reservations, presented in partnership with Minor Figures and Ace Hotel DTLA is a smart, candid, urgent, sportive conversation about the current state of food media as it relates to the culture at large, new media, and how people actually consume, well, everything. Host Blake MacKay will be in discussion with Helen Rosner, Osayi Endolyn and Meghan McCarron.
Tickets are $20 and open to all ages.
Diviner of culture and authority on matters of taste, Blake MacKay (she/her but unbothered) is a comms person helping to shape the future of food.
Helen Rosner (she/her) is a staff writer at The New Yorker. In 2016, she won the James Beard award for personal-essay writing.
Osayi Endolyn (she/her) — Osayi Endolyn is a James Beard Award winning writer, producer, and curator, whose storytelling centers food and culture.
Meghan McCarron (ambivalently she/her) is a James Beard Award winning writer and journalist who lives in Los Angeles.
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