January 24, 2018
Local new cafe and coffee shop serve food and beverages at ALAC in 2018
Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC) is pleased to join with local food and beverage partners that represent important links with Los Angeles’ artistic community. The 2018 edition of the fair features new food and beverage partners that include My Two Cents, and Collage Coffee.
My Two Cents
Founded by Alisa Reynolds, My Two Cents offers a unique take on Southern cooking at its location in Mid-City, Los Angeles. Serving special selections from its menu for guests attending ALAC, My Two Cents will be providing healthy soul food such as gluten-free fried chicken, quinoa mac and cheese or grit fries that has caught the attention of artists and musicians like Solange, Issa Rae, Earl Sweatshirt and the group OddFuture. Since its founding, Reynolds and her restaurant have become renown for a distinct take on Southern cooking, and have gained the close affection of Los Angeles’ top culinary community.
Collage Coffee is a new cafe based on York Blvd. in Highland Park that is best known for its rich, well-balanced coffees as well as unique non-caffeinated options. Run by Phill Kim, Eric Pfleeger and Kevin Hockin, their choice roast is by Wisconsin’s Ruby Coffee Roasters, and on-site at ALAC they will be serving espresso, cold brew, filter coffee in addition to their hot turmeric tea lattes. Their stand may be found in the front entrance tent of the fair next to the box office.