Ray Garcia Holds Cooking Demo in SaMo; Street Food Fest Relocating to Rose Bowl?

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FIG chef Ray Garcia Photo: Starchefs

Beverly Hills: Chaya Brasserie starts its Le Petite Lunch menu this Monday, with all items and a bento box priced under $12. Meanwhile, Sundays will be dedicated to $35 omakase, five-dollar beers, and discount a la carte sushi. [Chaya Brasserie]
Brentwood: Freshii is coming to its first L.A. location. [Eater]
Culver City: All three locations of M Café will offer everything on their menus for only five bucks this Saturday from 5:00 P.M. to closing to celebrate a fifth birthday. Changing five-dollar specials will follow through June. [M Café]
Downtown: Morton's the Steakhouse will host Ronnie Lott at a June 10th luncheon hosted by ESPN radio. $50 tickets are available at 213-553-4566 and include three courses. [Morton's]

Orange County: The blogger behind Burndt Lumpia is rolling out a Filipino food truck called Manila Machine. [O.C. Weekly via Eater]
Pasadena: Street Food Fest organizers swear they're going to do a better job of serving L.A. and blowing minds at a new July 24th event that is likely going to the Rose Bowl. [LAist]
Santa Monica: Snyder Diamond and Los Angeles magazine are hosting FIG chef Ray Garcia for a cooking demo as part of its "In The Kitchen" series. [Los Angeles]
Sherman Oaks: Sweet Butter Kitchen is coming after labor day, with locavore soups, sandwiches, salads, and bakery treats from caterers Leslie Danelian and husband Rick Berge. [Feast]