Four Seasons Los Angeles Kicks Off Camp Beverly Hills

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Calling all gourmets! Camp isn't just for tots this summer, especially at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles. We hear the luxury hotel is unveiling Camp Beverly Hills, a series of summer weekends, each tailored to a specific theme and led by A-list counselors.

First up? Culinary Camp, which will be held from Friday, August 2 to Sunday, August 4. Participants will experience training from renewed chefs, who will provide the inside scoop on the dining scene of LA. Day one, campers will be welcomed to the hotel by Executive Chef Ashely James. Campers will then experience a customized dinner menu created by Culina Chef and Food Network's Chef Wanted champion, Mette Williams. 

Following breakfast on Saturday, guests will tour the Santa Monica Farmers Market, followed by an organic picnic lunch at a local farm. In the evening, campers learn Culina mixology with Beverage Manager Brian Falasco. After happy hour, Banquet Chef Sathi Jayawardena will take guests into the kitchen for a private viewing of their own Indian feast.

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On the last day, guests will enjoy a Sunday Brunch buffet and then take a short trip to the pastry kitchen for an ice cream sundae demonstration with Executive Pastry Chef Federico Fernandez. 

Future camp themes will include Camp Wellness (think spa treatments, yoga and nutrition tips) and Camp Glam (insider access to LA fashion boutiques).

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