The 21st Annual Long Beach Grand Cru public tasting event raises funds for the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles to help aid more than 34,000 people, including 13,000 children, in poor and low income households endangered by domestic violence, slum housing, lack of access of food and medical care and other effects of poverty.
Salmon Tartar: 4 stars Salmon & dill was very fresh in this dish & presentation was very nice for this dish but it needed more sauce/dressing on the salmon. Putting the salmon on top of the peppercorn lavosh made it dry.
626 Night Market features over 200 food, merchandise, crafts, arts, games, music, and entertainment attractions in one jam-packed weekend of festivities that appeals to all ages. 626 Night Market aims to unite and empower the community by serving as a platform for showcasing local entrepreneurs, businesses, artists, and talent.
2015 Dates: Friday & Saturday, August 7 & 8: 4pm–1am Sunday, August 9: 4pm–11pm
Friday & Saturday, September 4 & 5: 4pm–1am Sunday, September 6, 4pm–1am(Labor Day extended hours)
Admission is $3 and parking is free; children 6 and under get in free. The event will feature over 200 food, merchandise, crafts, arts, games, music, and entertainment attractions. View the complete vendor directory at
COUNTRY’S ONLY NON-PROFIT WINE COMPETITION MOVES TO NEW LOCATION FOR 21st ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION International Grand Cru and Culinary Tasting Benefits Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles Like us on Facebook
LONG BEACH, CA – July 8, 2015 — The Long Beach Grand Cru, the country’s only non-profit wine competition, benefiting Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles and its partnership with The Children’s Clinic in Long Beach will celebrate its 21st anniversary in a new location — the lush 87-acre South Coast Botanic Garden, with an evening of wine, food, one-of-a-kind silent auction and live music onSaturday, Aug. 8 from 6 pm – 9 pm at 26300 Crenshaw Blvd. in Palos Verdes Peninsula. (more…)
This is the 2nd year which OC Night Market returned back to the OC Fairgrounds, this was a fun weekend event which friends and families were able to enjoy an Asian themed food fair from May 8-10th. This year’s event was much better organized than last years, the food vendors were in the same area & wasn’t so spread out as it was before.
Last week I had the opportunity to attend OC Weekly’s annual event, Artopia which celebrates Orange County’s art scene that varies from visual to performing paired with booths of food & liberation from various restaurants & companies. (more…)
Last month, I had an opportunity to attend an amazing food expo in LA, named Crave Expo.
This event gave a chance for local companies to showcase their food, art work & services to potential customers & marketers. This was a great concept to showcase how future catering services will be carried out.(more…)