Red, White and Blues series makes its debut at the Farmer’s Daughter Hotel’s on-site restaurant

TART restaurant, nestled inside the iconic Farmer’s Daughter Hotel in the historic Fairfax District in L.A. launched ‘Red, White and Blues’ its weekly, live music event every Thursday featuring a signature wine and burger pairing menu.

For its first two Thursdays in the series, guests were entertained by the talent of blues artist, Wynell Montgomery on the restaurant’s outdoor porch under the twinkling lights as they cozied up to the fire pits. Montgomery has extensive experience as a Jazz Saxophonist, Pit Orchestra member, and Flute Solo and he has worked professionally with many different artists in the industry – most recently with Solomon Burke and Billy Preston.

For the ‘Red, White and Blues’ series, Executive Chef Keith Shutta carefully pairs each uniquely crafted burger with its perfect match – delicious wines made in the Burgundy region of eastern France.

The menu includes a choice of The Bacon Jam Burger – 7-ounce bordelaise beef burger with bacon jam, taleggio cheese, arugula on a perfectly charred ciabatta o The Brown Butter Mushroom Burger – 7-ounce beef burger with brown butter mushrooms, melted Swiss cheese, crispy onions and a dash of mayo on a sweet brioche bun.

Select red wines will be paired with the burgers each week.

Every Thursday, burger and wine pairings are $24 a person (exclusive of tax and gratuity) and will be available from 5pm-close. Music is from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. only. To make a reservation visit www.opentable.com. The price does not include fries and there’s no substitution made on burgers or sides.

Nestled inside the iconic Farmer’s Daughter Hotel in the historic Fairfax District in L.A., TART restaurant provides down-home hospitality and comfort food with a twist, drawing influences from Southern cuisine, British pub fare, and Los Angeles’s diverse melting pot. Its all-day menu consists of approachable, shareable snacks and entrées ranging from inventive, unforgettable meals. Curated artwork and homey décor snuggle up in a sleek but cozy aesthetic true to the restaurant’s backstory as a farmer’s daughter all grown up in the big city. The restaurant seats 39 inside and 27 outside patio setting that is a part of the Farmer’s Daughter hotel courtyard where guests and diners mingle under the stars.



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