The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills Introduces a Summer Camp for Foodies

  • Jessaca Brandt

From August 2 to 4, the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is calling all food lovers to pack their bags for a culinary immersion. As a part of a new series of thematic weekend getaways ranging from culinary to wellness retreats, the Four Seasons’ Culinary Camp will kick off with a welcome dinner prepared by chef Mette Williams of Los Angeles’s restaurant Culina, Modern Italian, served with wine parings by the hotel’s wine director, Chris Bradford. The package, which is priced from $850 per night for two, also includes cooking classes with Four Seasons executive chef Ashley James, a mixology class, trips to nearby farms and markets, and accommodations in a deluxe room. (800.332.3442, www.fourseasons.com)

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