When it comes to food and drink writing in Los Angeles, Jonathan Gold is “the Man” and has the Pulitzer Prize to prove it. On October 10, he’s hosting Jonathan Gold’s Union Station Cocktail Party, a fundraiser for Zócalo Public Square, a non-profit organization that builds community by broadening access to civic discourse. According to Zócalo, this special event “will explore L.A.’s new cocktail moment with food and drink tastings and discussion.”
Tickets cost $300 per person, or $500 per couple. If the hit to your wallet seems a bit much, consider the worthy cause, the high-powered kitchen and bar talent, and Union Station’s beautiful Art Deco setting.
Jonathan Gold’s Union Station Cocktail Party
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Official Event Website
Grand Ticket Concourse
800 N. Alameda St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Tickets: $300/guest, $500/couple
- Jonathan Gold (LA Weekly)
- Eric Alperin (The Varnish)
- Michael Cimarusti (Providence)
Tastings by: Church & State, Comme Ca, CUT, Mozza, Palate, Providence, Rivera
Custom paired cocktails by: Cedd Moses (213 Downtown)
Please visit the Zócalo website for more information.