The annual New York Wine & Food Festival is back for its sixth year of food, wine, and a mission to end hunger (100% of the net proceeds benefit the Food Bank For New York City and Share Our Strength, a national nonprofit working to end childhood hunger in America). We're celebrating with a few events, including a Greenmarket Brunch hosted by Chef Geoffrey Zakarian. Enjoy a build your own Bloody Mary bar while you witness nine top chefs transformation raw ingredients from local farmers into culinary perfection.
Each year the Los Angeles Conservancy's fundraiser is held at a unique and noteworthy home, this year is no exception. The Brody House was built in 1951 by famed architect A. Quincy Jones, with interiors by William Haines, and remains today as a Mid-Century Modern architectural masterpiece. This private Holmby Hills home is rarely open to the public and this time for a good cause, the Los Angeles Conservancy preserves and revitalizes the historic cultural resources of Los Angeles County.