A Meal Inspired by Sound at LA's Viceroy


This feature was produced in collaboration between Vox Creative and Infiniti. Vox Media editorial staff was not involved in the creation or production of this content.

L.A.'s Viceroy played host to the first of two West Coast installments of Feast for the Senses, Infiniti and Eater’s six-part dinner series exploring food through the five senses. This time around, Chef Russell Wooten, from Viceroy's sister location Le Meridien Delfina, crafted a wildly inventive five-course menu — and playlist to match! — inspired by sound.

Check it out in the video above.

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