2015 Feast of San Gennaro Los Angeles

About The Feast of San Gennaro LA

The Feast of San Gennaro LA was originally created in 2002 under the auspices of The San Gennaro Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit created by celebrity Jimmy Kimmel, producer Douglas DeLuca and restaurateur Frankie Competelli, along with some of Los Angeles’ most prominent Italian-American citizens.   Although the Foundation closed its doors in 2014, its mission, to emulate St. Gennaro, patron saint of Naples who worked tirelessly to help people in need, continues to this day by partnering with various local charities that help underprivileged children and homeless in LA, as well as to provide entertainment and cultural enrichment to the community through its cultural outreach program.

Where: The festival venue is conveniently located across the street from the Hollywood and Highland complex and Metro Red Line, at 1651 N. Highland Ave, one block south of Hollywood Blvd.

When: The Feast will be held September 25-27, 2015 (Fri 5pm-Midnight, Sat 11am-Midnight, Sun 11am-10pm). General admission is $5 and kids under 12 are Free.

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Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival

LA is not only home to rock stars but to some of the world’s most rockin’ food.  Sorry, this ain’t your grandmother’s kitchen.  The world’s most famous chefs like Giada DeLaurentiis, Rick Bayless,  Guy Fieri and  Curtis Stone to name a few are the likes you will find at this culinary shing-ding.  However, this really more about the opportunity for foodie’s to chow down on some of the best food in Los Angels and experience some of the best wines.  Expect to find dream come true menu items such as maple smoked pork belly, deconstructed clam chowder,   The event is spread along Grand Street including the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and more. 

When: August 21-24th

Ticket Info & Daily Schedule:  http://www.lafw.com/tickets/ 

Look for us updates via instagram (@multiculturalcookingnetwork) and on our facebook page live from the event.

 

Written by Crystal A. Johnson