On May 25, Barnsdall Art Park kicks off its 10th Annual Friday Night Wine Tastings in conjunction with LA Times Food Bowl featuring a Q&A with famed American food critic Jonathan Gold and James Beard winner Chef Daniel Humm from Make It Nice, a hospitality group that includes the newly opened NoMad Los Angeles, as well as NoMad New York, Eleven Madison Park, and Made Nice in New York City. The NoMad Truck will be on-site for the event with other chefs to be announced. Marking its 10th season, the renowned Barnsdall Friday Night Wine Tastings have become the Barnsdall Art Park Foundation’s signature fundraising event. Taking place every Friday night from May 25th through August 31, 5.30pm to 8.30pm, the series always attracts sell-out crowds. With stunning views overlooking the City, the four-acre Barnsdall Art Park in the heart of Hollywood welcomes Angelenos—21 years and older — to sip wine, picnic and watch the sunset for another not-to-be-missed season of wine tasting at this iconic cultural destination, which features Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, a world-class art gallery, art center and theatre on its campus. Ongoing partner Silverlake Wine will curate their fine selection of boutique artisanal wines and there will be rotating food trucks on offer each week. Music will be presented by KCRW’s DJs and this year’s series will also feature several globally-themed evenings, matching food and wine.