Grownup Date Night
For a wonderful adults only night out in February in Southern California, consider this. Herzog Wine Cellars will orchestrate their 5th annual International Food & Wine Festival IFWF for one night only: Wednesday, February 15 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.
|Me w/ BBQ Steak by Chef Aarons at Tierra Sur in Oxnard, California|
In the past, this once-a-year food and wine tasting extravaganza has been held at Herzog's winery in Oxnard, California. This year, for the first time, the event takes place in Los Angeles and my hubbie and I are really looking forward to attending not only because this is gourmet, local and kosher but also because we love fine wine. That's on top of the delectable food that will be served during the evening prepared by uber talented Chef Todd Aarons of Tierra Sur, the highest Zagat rated restaurant in Ventura County and a personal Mommy Blog Expert favorite fine dining destination.
|Prize Winning Wines Abound at Herzog Wine Cellars, Ventura County|
True foodies -- especially those who are aficionados of Mediterranean-inspired cuisine -- will likely appreciate Chef Aarons' culinary artistry. If you happen to be a discerning wine connoisseur, there's also a good chance you'll discover something new to savor among the more than 100+ labels from Royal Wine Corp.'s international portfolio that will reportedly be poured for guests at the festival.The 2012 International Food & Wine Festival takes place Wednesday, February 15, 2012 starting at 6 p.m. at the elegant Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Century City, 2025 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067. $125 ticket price per person includes food and beverages throughout the festival. Tickets & More Information
|Tierra Sur Utilizes Locally Grown Small Family Farm Produce Whenever Possible|
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