GO Campaign, the nonprofit that raises awareness and funds to help vulnerable children around the world, will present the 2023 Vintage Hollywood event, hosted by comedians Christopher Titus and Rachel Bradley, on Saturday, June 10, at The Park Santa Monica.
The event will showcase various wineries and food, as well as a silent auction with items that include a private tour of Jay Leno’s Big Dog Garage, an oceanfront Hawaii villa, a flight in an L39 Albatross fighter jet, and a stay at Petit Ermitage.
Participants include Los Angeles favorites like Suzanne Tracht’s JAR, Raphael Francois’s Tesse, Chris Sayegh’s Nostalgia Bar & Lounge, Ayara Thai Cuisine, GoGo’s Tacos, Wabi on Rose, Marino Ristorante, Paradise Burger, Qué Padre, and pastries from Thomas Henzi, executive pastry chef at The Beverly Hilton.
Wines will flow from Acquiesce, Alta Colina Vineyard & Winery, Ampelos Cellars, Bouchaine Vineyards, Cattleya Wines, Lucia by Pisoni, Lucy, Crocker & Starr, Dusty Nabor Wines, Eden Rift, Flying Goat Cellars, Fulldraw, Grassini Family Vineyards, Hubba Wines, Iconic Wines, L’Objet, Madre Mezcal (Tequila), Mill Keeper, The, Native9/Ranchos de Ontiveros, Native Flora, NON – 0.0%, Noria Wines, Sans Liege, Smith Story Wines, Sullivan Rutherford Estate, Tábla Wines (of Fuil Wines, LLC), Tercero Wines, and Tres Sabores.
“As a chef, I’ve always believed in the power of food to bring people together and create positive change,” Sayegh, owner of Nostalgia said in a press release. “Last year, when I learned about the incredible work the GO Campaign is doing in Southern California, it was a no-brainer for me to support their cause. Every child deserves a fair chance in life, and through this event, we can give them that chance. By coming together, enjoying delicious food and wine at Vintage Hollywood, we can nourish both their bodies and their futures. We’re proud to be making a difference, one bite at a time.”
Now in its 21st year, 100% of net proceeds from the event will benefit GO Campaign and support the organization’s work in Southern California. Since 2002, Vintage Hollywood has raised more than $4,100,000 to benefit organizations including Children’s Action Network, JDRF, Save the Children, United Friends of Children, OPCC and The People Concern. To purchase tickets, visit the link here.
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