1999 N. SYCAMORE AVE. HOLLYWOOD, CA 90068      Tel: 323.466.5125



Artists at Yamashiro Farmers Market


It’s only 34 more days until Farmers Market returns to Yamashiro! But who’s counting, right? We continue to preview the 2014 Farmers Market leading up to the opening – on Thursday, May 22nd – with a look at some of the unique vendors Farmers Market has to offer.

Everyone shows up expecting to see food, but there’s also a wide range of vendors outside of the culinary arts. These include booths featuring artists, fashion designers and handcrafted jewelery makers.¬† Look for these vendors at this year’s market:



Lara Lyon Designs

Lara Lyon candles are meant to be good for you and good for the planet. These candles are handcrafted and eco-friendly, made with 100% soy. Their two main types are Fragrance and Chakra. The Fragrance candles come in scents such as Red Currant, Citrus Bliss and Pomegranate Sage. The Chakra candles are meant to strengthen the body and mind. Candles meant to address certain regions of the body include: Root Chakra, Solar Plexus Chakra and the Heart Chakra.



John Joseph Designs

John Joseph Designs is a Pop-Up Boutique based in Los Angeles. Look for women’s clothing and accessories, including: inexpensive tops, skirts, dresses, jewelry, purses, headbands, scarves and hostess aprons!



Carlos Ulloa

Carlos Ulloa is an LA based artist whose work, according to Ulloa, “empowers thought, introspection, metaphor & discomfort in order to resist the allure of popular media, hubris, the obvious and lethargy.” Each of Ulloa’s works on display at Farmers Market is a window into the artists’ mind. Limited edition prints are available for purchase.

That’s only a few vendors we can’t wait to check out this Summer. Which booths are you looking forward to this Farmers Market season?

Yamashiro Farmers Market is Thursday May 22nd – September 5pm to 9pm – 1999 N. Sycamore Ave. L.A., CA 90068
Good for all ages.

April 18th, 2014 No Comments

Dine & Ride Returns to Yamashiro for 2014 Season

dine and ride at yamashiro

A great indication that summer in Hollywood is just around the corner, is the return of Dine & Ride to Yamashiro! We are excited once again to welcome Hollywood Bowl goers to a pre-concert dinner of Asian inspired California fare created by our own Chef Brock. This year we have a diverse range of artists for all audiences, including Billy Joel, Bruno Mars, Gloria Estefan, Motley Crue and John Legend to name a few. You can view the full schedule of performances here.

Leave your parking hassles behind. In Los Angeles,  this might be the best perk of all! Upon arriving, valet will ensure your car is secure for the evening and ready for pick up at Yamashiro post show.

Enjoy Asian inspired flavors from Executive Chef Brock. Dishes will include such favorites as Asian BBQ Baby Back Ribs, Truffle Hamachi, Kurobuta Pork Carnitas, American Wagyu Steak and much more. You can view the full Dine & Ride dinner menu here.

The easiest way to the Hollywood Bowl and back post show. A shuttle will depart from Yamashiro and take you to the Bowl. After your night of rocking out under the stars, the shuttle will conveniently drop you off back at Yamashiro to pick up your car.

Includes valet parking, menu package & Hollywood Bowl shuttle service.
Dinner Menu – $ 68 / person

Sound like a blast? Then request your reservation now! RESERVATIONS with DINE & RIDE REQUIRED. Please do not call Yamashiro directly to make your reservations.

Do you plan on going this year? Let us know in the comments which acts you’re most excited to see!

April 11th, 2014 No Comments

2014 Yamashiro Farmers Market Preview: Yamashiro Tacos

yamashiro farmers market tacos

May 22, 2014 will mark the return of an unofficial Summer holiday here at Yamashiro – it’s the long awaited return of Farmers Market. An annual tradition at Yamashiro, this year’s market looks like it could be better than ever. Why? We are bringing back the tacos!

Chef Brock’s hugely popular tacos return to the Farmers Market this year. You’ll be able to once again enjoy mouthwatering tacos spilling over with braised short ribs, miso-sake marinated black cod and hoisin duck confit with agave-citrus salsa. Salsas in the past have included ginger pico de gallo, wasabi guacamole, Korean chile salsa roja and tequila salsa verde.

This is just one reason to keep your Thursday night’s free this summer. In the coming weeks we’ll be talking more about what else we have in store for this year’s Farmers Market.

What is your favorite part of Farmers Market? Let us know in the comments!

April 4th, 2014 No Comments