Greenbar Distiller was founded by husband and wife team Litty Mathew and Melkon Khosrovian in 2004 after Litty needed to find a more palatable spirit to enjoy with Melkon. After researching and tasting, and building a buzz amongst their family and friends, they opened the Greenbar Distillery operation in 2004.
JOIN US! We welcome you with a cocktail using their Bright City Gin, and then sit you down for a 3 course fully organic meal prepared and paired with the Ixa Reposado, Amber Gin, and Slow Hand Whiskey, and finish off with a dessert and house made umeshu!
Enter now for a chance to win a seat for two at this event! Details at
https://bit.ly/2vTZDgn (Contest ends on August 18th).
Sake Dojo will have a booth located at The Japanese American Cultural Community Center Plaza (JACCC). Join us and enjoy the night out with plenty of vendors and activities. This is the beginning of Nisei Week which runs through Little Tokyo between August 11, 2018 to August 19, 2018. Nisei Week is an annual festival celebrating Japanese American culture and history in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles.
While the world of spirits, wine, and beer remain a male dominated world - we are choosing to highlight the women who create the formulas behind some of the best West coast booze.
For our inaugural feast, we are featuring the BURNSIDE expression by East Side Distilling Company created by the amazing MEL HEIM. While already a big deal to finish all of the juice in Garryana Casks ("Oregon Oak"), Burnside holds the title of the FIRST Rye Whiskey finished in Garryana Casks...it also just won DOUBLE GOLD at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
Join us as we pair The West End Whiskey, The Rye, and The Burnside Oregon Oaked Bourbon Blend with dishes by Sake Dojo Executive Chef Ruiz Mateo.
Must be 21 and over to attend. Tickets at https://bit.ly/2KoGNbm
PacFAB's popular series of curated dinners returns with a five-course sake and cocktail-pairing experience at Sake Dojo, the spectacular new restaurant and craft cocktail bar in LA's Little Tokyo, serving traditional Japanese food with a modern culinary sensibility. Diners will enjoy a range of authentic dishes--raw, fried, braised, and more--paired with examples of the full spectrum of sake, from extra dry to dessert sweet.
Owner Don Tahara and Spirits Curator Phil Collins, the evening's hosts, will discuss and present the colorful backstory on the evening's food and libations. Tickets at https://bit.ly/2uymXzC
Hot or cold? Dry or sweet? Learn the history, cultural significance and brewing process of various types of sake, Japanese rice wine, offered at Little Tokyo's newest Japanese-style restaurant with a modern culinary twist, Sake Dojo! Sample select items from Sake Dojo's delicious food menu to create a match made in heaven on your tongue. Must be 21 and over to attend. https://bit.ly/2L7Qri4