All your beloved holiday traditions with a playful twist!
Bite LA has taken over Legg Lake and transformed it into a winter playground for the whole family—and car! Buckle up and prepare for an action-packed experience, featuring a “sno-ball” fight, a gnome village, a themed sweets crawl, an ugly sweater contest, followed by songs and stories with Santa.
Each ticket to this glowing wonderland comes with a complimentary Christmas stocking, 8 scrumptious holiday treats (with vegan and GF options available), 5 car-friendly “sno-balls” and a hot beverage of your choice.
Your journey begins with a trail of illuminated igloos where frosty snowmen will hurl cotton plush “sno-balls” at you, and you should absolutely hurl them back! Of course, living in sunny California, you may need to up your game with extra “sno-balls,” which you can purchase at the event.
When you’ve run out of ammo, or you need to give your arm a break, you can make your way to the magical gnome village of Winkle. Amongst the twinkling lights, there’ll be hidden Winkles. So keep your eyes peeled and see how many you can spot.
Once you’ve worked up an appetite, you’ll go on a Stocking Stuffer Sweets Crawl where you’ll encounter theatrical characters in gleaming holiday scenes as you fill your stockings with gourmet treats. Then park up around the Yule Log Stage, for songs and stories with Santa while you sip on a decadent winter drink.
As expected, every character will be wearing masks and gloves. However, guests will only need to wear masks whenever car windows are rolled down.
This festive drive-thru event is created by the same team that brought you The Bite LA: Halloween Food Crawl and Creature Safari, House of Spirits: A Haunted Cocktail Soiree. So you know they’ll deliver on all your holiday wishes!
Tickets start at $38 per person and the event will run through December 27 at Legg Lake at Whittier Narrows Recreation Area.
Book your tickets and enjoy an hour-long adventure filled with holiday treats, play and merriment!
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