food

Dulan’s and Hotville Debut Partnership at EEEEEATSCON LA Food Festival

Two of Los Angeles’s most popular soul food restaurants, Dulan’s Soul Food Kitchen and Hotville Chicken, collaborated to create a unique menu and dining experience for The Infatuation’s signature food festival, EEEEEATSCON Los Angeles,  at Santa Monica’s The Barker Hangar on June 8 and June 9.

It’s Time for 18th Annual Taste of Soul Family Festival! 

The 18th Annual Taste of Soul Family Festival is finally here and offering the best of food, entertainment and shopping in the Southland. The free daylong event – presented by Bakewell Media and the L.A. Sentinel – takes place on Saturday, October 21, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., on Crenshaw Blvd., between Stocker St. and Obama Blvd.  

Unparch Yourself with Queen Squeeze Lemonade at Taste of Soul

When you come to Taste of Soul (TOS), you’re going to do a lot of walking, talking, laughing and eating. We all know that these activities can leave one parched, so it’s important that you get yourself the right beverage.  How about Queen Squeeze Lemonade (QSL) to quench your soul?  Ebony Staten is TOS family as this isn’t her first and her uncles are TOS alums as well – can you say Brothers BBQ? Well, it seems Staten has learned the ropes of navigating a TOS family festival from OG vendors. Well, she’s back for a second time with her

Local Restaurateur Finalist for James Beard Award 

Dulan’s is a name synonymous with soul food here in South Los Angeles. For 50 years, the family-operated soul food brand has brought the community down home cuisine. So, it’s no surprise that he stands nominated for a James Beard Award for Outstanding Restaurateur. 

Vendors and Attendees express excitement for the Taste of Soul’s in-person return

Good vibes and energy permeated Saturday’s, October 15, Taste of Soul event which is probably what caused the rain and clouds that filled the sky earlier that morning to disappear. The free family street festival took place on the historic Crenshaw Blvd. and attracted thousands of people from all over to enjoy food, music, performances, and much more. The event took place virtually for the past two years because of the Covid-19 pandemic.