The 3rd Annual Flavor of L.A. takes place again this year Sunday, May 19 on the historic CBS backlot, at the cross streets of My Three Sons and Gunsmoke, and home of hundreds of iconic TV shows such as Seinfeld, Will & Grace, That '70s Show and Gilligan’s Island.

More than 70 local restaurants, bakeries and ice cream shops, along with craft brews, wine, shochu, sake, and cocktails will participate this year, benefiting North Hollywood High School Music Department and is produced and sponsored by the Studio City Chamber of Commerce, CBS Studio Center and NBC Universal.

The $75 all-inclusive ticket price includes an all-you-can-eat extravaganza of food, drink, free parking and the rare opportunity for a walking studio tour. Valley Relics Museum and My Valley Pass will have a booth with pop culture memorabilia and artist Kasey Blaustein will be on hand with an interactive art mural.

Some of the usual suspects on the scene include Boneyard Bistro, The Bellwether, Firefly, Barrel & Ashes, Uncle Paulie’s Deli, MacLeod Ale, The Local Peasant, Gasolina Cafe, The Front Yard and Brewyard Beer Company.

Newcomers on the lot include Buvette Wine Bar, Duckhorn Wine, Yaegaki Sake USA, Los Balcones Studio City, Petit Trois, Semolina Artisanal Pasta, Tao Vineyards, Mister O’s and Bluebird Brasserie.

Mister O's will be serving two dishes — Creekstone Farm hanger steak with green onion, shishito pepper, purple ninja radish and truffle nori, and seared albacore with cascabel chili, tomato ponzu, Fremont tangerine and hemp seed. There will be Coop DeVille fried chicken sliders with slaw from the Crack Shack and Plush Puffs s’mores bars.

Get tickets here with a $25 discount if you use the code LAW19.

Coop DeVille Fried Chicken sliders with slaw; Credit: The Crack Shack

Coop DeVille Fried Chicken sliders with slaw; Credit: The Crack Shack

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