Sep 16, 2011 1:06 PM by Bethany Tucker, KSBY News

Two local eateries providing their fare at Entertainment Tonight's Emmy after party

The fare of two Central Coast eateries are about to be in the Hollywood spotlight.

Bell Street Farm and Full of Life Flatbread, both of Los Alamos, are providing some of the food at this year's "Entertainment Tonight" Emmy party.

The party follows the primetime Emmy show on Sunday, September 18th. This year, it's taking place at Vibiana in Los Angeles.

"Visit California," the group putting on the Entertainment Tonight party, says Bell Street Farm will be offering its shaved fennel salad with pepato cheese, smashed potato and pancetta and grilled olive bread panzanella with heirloom tomatoes. Full of Life Flatbread will be sampling all of their signature breads.

"We are thrilled to be part of this extraordinary party," says Jamie Gluck Chef and Owner of Bell Street Farm, in a press release. "This event celebrates the best in television along with the best of California, and we are excited to showcase the cuisine of Bell Street Farm."



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