Later this month, one of the Eastside’s largest food events will delight Angelenos with yet another evening of bites from celebrity chefs and L.A.-based brands and eateries. But this year, now in its fourth, the EastSide Food Festival takes providing the crowd with munchies to the next level. A section of the festival, which takes place on October 22, will be devoted to cannabis-infused cuisine. Welcome to the future.
Dubbed “Cannabis Corner,” this enclave will feature samples of low-dosage THC-infused foods by three local vendors, as well as a cooking lesson from chef Luke Reyes, of roving pop-up La Hoja, and chef-model Brandin Lashea, courtesy of cannabis-focused media studio PRØHBTD. Entrance will only set you back $15 in advance—or $20 at the door—but that’s on top of the festival’s $65 general admission cost (or $55 early bird, $75 at the door). And yes, you’re going to need to present your weed card, er,