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Taste of Abbot Kinney: October 23rd, 2011

Inside Out Community ArtsThe Taste of Abbot Kinney will be held on Sunday, October 23, 2011. The redesigned event includes a VIP Tasting Package from 3-6pm and a Tasting Tour Package from 4-6pm.

Taste of Abbot Kinney

Joe Miller of Joe’s Restaurant will be the 2011 Event Chair. Participating restaurants include: Gjelina, Hal’s Restaurant & Bar, Joe’s Restaurant, Lilly’s French Cafe & Bar, Shima Sushi, Primitivo, Casa Linda and Lemonade.

The VIP Reception will be hosted by The Food Network’s Adam Gertler and will include a DJ, live music, exclusive tastes, cocktails and demonstrations from some of the street’s Executive Chefs including Joe Miller and Yoshi Shima.

Visitors can purchase A VIP Tasting Package for $100, or a Tasting Tour Package for $60. Tickets are available by clicking here.

From Inside Out:

Inside Out Community Arts has been changing the lives of LA’s under-served middle and high school youth since 1996. A national leader in after school arts education, Inside Out’s research-proven curriculum doesn’t just teach kids about the arts, we also teach kids to believe in the power of their own inner voices, hopes and dreams.

Abbot Kinney Boulevard and its merchants reflect the artistic and cosmopolitan Venice community. Its distinctive fusion of beach and haute urban culture make it and its community of restaurants a unique destination for greater Los Angeles. Taste of Abbot Kinney’s event venue is 901 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, courtesy of Continuum. This venue was formerly the legendary design studio for Charles & Ray Eames.

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