BALSE, in LA, Saturday, November 23, 2019
Resident DJ BALSE to shape a six hour journey, long-mixes, eclectic deep house, minimal, and techno selections. Time, geography, and philosophy. Music accompanied by live cinema by poet, Alex Andre. Hi-fi projection . Finally, exciting recent add, Italian chef Monica Lupetti*, creative Italian food.
This is NOT a late night event. Doors 5:30pm, the musical starts shortly, with dinner. We recommend joining us from opening. The show ends 11:30 pm.
This is a compact event. Secure early. See below instruction. For your security and comfort, once we reach limit, will not release tickets. Thank you for your understanding.
Saturday, November 23, 2019
5:30 pm doors open
6:00 pm music start
7:00 pm open buffet
11:30 pm event close
LOCATION - Echo Park vicinity, exact location will be shared once you RSVP and purchase your ticket
TICKETS & RSVP - visit https://restlessnites.com/events/balse
Music Direction & DJ by Balse
Live Cinema multiple projection by Alex Andre
Italian food by chef Monica Lupetti*
FOOD MENU- Prix Fixe, included in ticket price. Menu is subject to change
Italian rosemary focaccia stuffed with Bologna mortadella
Assorted canapes , with tuna mousse, salmon mousse and salami mousse
Panzanella multicolor (toasted bread cubes with raw diced tomatoes,celery,carrots,radishes, fennel,red onion, vinegar and extra virgin olive oil(evo)
Small glasses of Gazpacho :blended raw veggies
Mini suppli : Small deep fried rice balls stuffed with mozzarella cheese
Assorted puff pastry
Small lemon zest meatballs
Vegetarian penne pasta (mushrooms,asparagus,garlic,onion,green peas,)
Panna cotta dessert
*Chef Monica Lupetti - Chef Monica Lupetti born and raised in a small town, in the Umbria region, an hour from Rome. She was “initiated” to rolling out the dough at the very young age of seven. Once she reached 10, she was told by the family and the friends, "she would one day become a talented chef." She first achieved a Business and Management degree, then she decided to join culinary school. She worked in most of the Italian regions, getting to know the traditional recipes. After opening her restaurant in a small country town, nestled in the nature, she had the chance to cook for VIPs , took part in some culinary talent shows, challenging other chefs and being renamed ‘King Mida’ from news papers. In 2015, she moved to the USA determined to delight American people with her mouthwatering dishes.
Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you on November 23rd.