Beverly Hills Bar Association’s 25th Annual Vintage Bouquet Food and Wine Event Sunday 4/28

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View of front gates, hillside, and Greystone Mansion on top of hill in Beverly Hills, Calif., 1929 [This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License–]

The young lawyers, aka The Barristers, of the Beverly Hills Bar Association along with the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation will be hosting their 25th Annual Vintage Bouquet Food and Wine event on Sunday, April 28, 2013 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills, California.  The event will benefit the  Beverly Hills Bar Foundation’s Pro Bono Legal Services Programs.  Pro Bono legal services are provided at no cost to eligible members of the community.  The Foundation supports various legal services including free wills for fire fighters and emergency responders, monthly legal clinics, programs for victims of domestic violence, and seminars to help individuals understand their legal rights.  The Foundation also supports and is associated with Public Counsel. Public Counsel’s activities are far-ranging and impact a wide spectrum of people who live at or below the poverty level.  Volunteer attorneys have the opportunity to work on a variety of different projects-large and small, litigation and transactional matters.

Although these services are free, or low cost, for the recipients, they do take money to provide. Fundraisers such as the 25th Annual Vintage Bouquet Food and Wine event enable the Foundation to be able to fund the significant legal services and programs to the benefit of the community.

It’s been said that “good food and wine never go out of style, or demand,” and this event will be serving up an all star line-up of food and drinks! Featured restaurants providing sweet and savory delectables are Bagatelle, Brix Chocolate, Cookie Casa Bakery, Crustacean Beverly Hills, Dandy Don’s HomeMade Ice Cream, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Il Fornaio-Beverly Hills, Lawry’s The Prime Rib, Lazy Ox Canteen, Lexington Social House, Livello @L’Ermitage, Momed, Napa Valley Grille, Palomino Restaurant, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, STK and Wood & Vine.

Wineries, spirits and beverages being pouring include Asahi  Shuzo Sake, Astrale e Terra Vineyards, Beekeeper Cellars, DRY Soda Co., Grassini Family Vineyards, Hubert’s Lemonade, Lewelling Vineyards, Lupicia Tea, Miner Family Winery, Moreno BHLV, Peju, Palazzo Wine, Quady Winery, Spring Mountain Vineyard, Stella Artois, VOSS Water, Whetstone Wine Cellars, Wind Gap and Wicker Vineyards. Obviously something for everybody to enjoy.

A special V.I.P. Martini Lounge will feature exclusive tastings from Angel’s Envy Bourbon, Bedford & Burns, Bow & Truss, Broken Shed Vodka,Cooper Spirits, Fever Tree Mixers, Mixology 101, The Palm Restaurant, Plan Check Kitchen + Bar, Planet Dailies, Nekter Juice Bar, OMG Chicken and Waffle, Tequila Partida, The Spare Room  and Wasted Cupcakes.

And as if that was not enough, a local jazz band –The Richard Glazer Trio – will be providing the entertainment.  In addition, a live and silent auction will be run by Stephen Kramer Glickman, one of the stars of Nickelodeon’s hit show “Big Time Rush.”

Come on out and enjoy some good vibes while supporting a good cause. There is also a mobile app to guide you through your day at the event. Download it at

Tickets for this good cause are $150 per person if purchased in advance and $175 per person at the door.  A limited number of VIP tickets ($225) are also available and include entree to the V.I.P. private martini bar.

For tickets and additional information, please call Knock Out Productions at (818) 610-0300, or visit Past events have sold out so don’t be disappointed and get your tickets now.

Sunday, April 28, 2013, Noon – 4 P.M.,
Greystone Mansion
905 Loma Vista Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

No children, and no pets!!


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