Marshmello Dropping Burgers not Beats at Los Angeles Times Food Bowl – 2018

At the Los Angeles Times Food Bowl, celebrities are teaming up with local eateries to craft the finest burger.

This Saturday, May 27th, the invite-only cuisine club, Off the Menu, and Postmates, are teaming up with 10 of LA’s best burger creators as they fight for the title of best LA burger, with the help of their celebrity counterpart. Celebs like Marshmello, Creator, and Tommy Lee will take up a spatula beside LA legends of the food scene like Grill Em All, Malibu Burger, and Burgerlords.

Each vendor must concoct the ultimate secret burger which each of the 500 guests will then have a chance to sample and vote on. And if you’re wondering where Postmates fits into all this, the 10 burgers will be available for delivery through the company on the 27th. With tickets to the event still on-sale, check out the rest of this short-order lineup to decide whether you’ll show up for this showdown, or just have one of Marhmello’s burgers delivered to your door.


Wolf & Shay Mitchell
Badmaash & Phil Rosenthal
Plan Check & Marshmello
Grill Em All & Tommy Lee
Malibu Burger Company & Charlotte Mckinney
Button Mash & Timothy DeLaghetto
Cassells Hamburgers and Jenn Harris
Top Round & Josh Elkin
Burgerlords…. Secret Guest

WHEN: Saturday, May 26th, 2018
Doors Opens:12:00 PM – 4:00 PM PDT

WHERE: Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
9390 N Santa Monica Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90210


About Off The Menu 

is an invite-only membership club for discovering secret menu items from new and trending restaurants in Los Angeles.  Members enjoy one free secret menu item per day at curated establishments. The subscription fee also helps feed a child in need every day. Donating to charities focused on ending childhood hunger.  Seven new offers are released every Sunday for members to redeem.

About Postmates

Postmates helps people unlock the best of their cities – and their lives, with an insanely reliable on-demand “everything” network. Launched in 2011, Postmates originated on-demand delivery and now helps customers in over 50 U.S. metropolitan markets get whatever they need, whenever they need it. Postmates has the largest on-demand delivery fleet in the U.S. of more than 160,000 Postmates operating domestically, as well as in the company’s first international market of Mexico City. Postmates provides access to +250,000 merchants and is helping transform the way food and merchandise move around cities – by connecting the city to customers, while helping local brick and mortar businesses better compete against retail goliaths. Headquartered in San Francisco, with 600 employees, Postmates is building a movement. Have chips but no guac? Postmate it. Your date night? Postmate it. Game day? Postmate it. Run out of caffeine? Postmate it. Learn more:

About Los Angeles Times Food Bowl

Los Angeles Times Food Bowl is an annual, monthlong festival celebrating the city’s dynamic food scene. Spanning the entire month of May, Food Bowl features many of the chefs and restaurants that have helped put Los Angeles on the map as a premier dining destination alongside world-renowned chefs in rare local appearances at hundreds of extraordinary events. The festival also supports food access, sustainability and waste reduction through charity partners and participating events. Los Angeles Times Food Bowl 2018 charitable partners are L.A. Kitchen, Food Forward and Midnight Mission. Citi® is the festival’s founding partner and sponsors include Nissan, Maker’s Mark, Hornitos and the Italian National Tourist Board. For more information, please visit and connect on FacebookTwitter and Instagram @ LAfoodbowl (#LAfoodbowl #31DaysOfFood).


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