PPLA Food Fare, Among LA’s Top Food Festivals, Returns for its 41st Year on 3/19
The Planned Parenthood LA Food Fare brings together an unprecedented 150 of Southern California’s best restaurants, caterers, wineries, breweries, distilleries and more food & drink purveyors under one roof. This year’s PPLA Food Festival is on Thursday, March 19, with an afternoon session from 11am – 2pm and an evening session from 6:30 – 9:30pm.
Participating restaurants include Rao's, Viviane, The Butcher's Daughter, Pink's Hot Dogs, Clementine, Pinche's Tacos and Salt's Cure among many others. Beverage providers include Angel City Brewery, Navarro Vineyards and Ventura Spirits among others.
Taking place in Santa Monica’s famed Barkar Hangar, this legendary festival delivers an ambiance also attracts a crowd of some of LA’s best and brightest, providing attendees the opportunity to partake in dozens of raffles and auctions including the popular silent wine and spirits auction featuring, collectible vintages, unique vertical collections and large format bottles. Prizes will include exclusive and unique entertainment and culinary experiences such dream vacations and private dinner parties at renowned Los Angeles restaurants.
As its name states, the PPLA Food raises funds to provide affordable, non-judgmental, and confidential reproductive health care services to communities throughout Los Angeles County. And if 2020’s event is like that of past years, expect it to bring in more than $1.3 Million.
For tickets and additional information, visit PPLAFoodFare.com. Sponsorship packages also available.
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