The Lucky Rice Night Market made its Los Angeles debut on Saturday at the H.D. Buttercup building in Culver City. The event made a splash in New York the past three years and the Los Angeles debut was not an exception to Lucky Rice's success.
From pork belly buns to chocolate wasabi ice cream, the bites were eclectic. The event was completely sold-out and chefs made their way from across the country for a night of Asian-inspired tastings, music, an free-flowing booze courtesy of Bombay Sapphire.
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