After a year and half of Drive-Ins, 'Family Style' returns to what made it one of the best food festivals around.
The Hundreds’ second Family Style Food Festival went down this past Sunday after taking a year off due to COVID. Returning to the Mecca of LA street wear culture -the Fairfax District - after hosting a couple of drive-in movie style events during the pandemic, the fest came back strong, combining food and fashion. Ben and Bobby Hundreds invited folks back to CBS Television City on the corner of Beverly and Fairfax to celebrate the culture with amazing food and exclusive merch.
Some of LA’s best restaurants and even some national stars were showcasing beautiful and tasty morsels. Howlin’ Rays was slinging their perfect Nashville hot chicken sandos in the VIP area alongside Tacos 1986 with their beautiful brisket taco. While Chef Ray Zone and the pound for pound best taquero in the world, Joy Tostada, had VIP locked down, the GA crowd was where the magic was happening. Restaurants like Jon & Vinny’s, Mariscos Jalisco, El Ruso, Uncle Paulies, Burgers 99, Love Hour, Amboy, and too many others to list were holding it down.
Uncle Paulie's x Action Bronson - F*ck That's Delicious Banh Mi
Love Hour - Single Burger
Howlin' Ray's - Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich
Bootleg Pizza - Cheese Louise & Tomato Pie + Burrata
WE HERE AT FIERCE BITES SCOUR THE COUNTRY IN SEARCH OF SOME OF THE BEST METAL AND HORROR THEMED RESTAURANTS, BARS, AND CAFES. WE THEN CREATE A MONTHLY MENU HIGHLIGHTING SOME OF THE HARD-CORE MENU ITEMS THAT WE FOUND ALONG THE WAY. WE HOPE YOU ENJOY MAY’S FIERCE BITES MENU. Every month we try our hardest to find you great burgers, pizza, drinks, tacos for both the meat-eater and Vegan crowd; this month is no different. It's beginning to look like dining al fresco season so let us guide you through some of the dope menu items we found this...