SAVE THE DATE – SEPTEMBER 24, 2015

Kilroy Realty Corporation presents Sunset & Dine – the fourth annual food festival, held at BuzzFeed Motion Pictures, to feature more than a dozen Hollywood restaurants and a live concert curated by Amoeba Music; click here for tickets.

WHAT: Taste the flavors of Hollywood at the fourth annual Sunset & Dine food festival at BuzzFeed Motion Pictures.   The event celebrates some of the eclectic and innovative culinary concepts taking root near the famed intersection of Sunset and Vine – from chef-driven restaurants to well-known favorites. Guests will enjoy bites, beer and wine, as well as entertainment curated by Amoeba Music and Buzzfeed.Tickets, which include food, beverages and entertainment, are available for $25 (early bird rate of $20 if purchased before Sept. 1).  Children under 12 attend the event free of charge. Premiere Sponsors are Hudson Pacific Properties and The Los Angeles Film School, with support from Eastown, Emerson College, Paramount Contractors and Developers, Assemblymember Richard Bloom, AG Media, and Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell. Proceeds benefit The Center at Blessed Sacrament.
WHO: Partial list of participating restaurants:

Exhibitors:

WHERE: BuzzFeed Motion Pictures, 6322 DeLongpre Avenue, Hollywood, California
WHEN: Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015, from 6-10 p.m.
WHY: To celebrate community and cuisine and foster a connection between the businesses and residences in Hollywood.
SOCIAL: #SunsetAndDine
ABOUT: The Central Hollywood Coalition, the non-profit board that manages the Sunset & Vine Business Improvement District, hosts Sunset & Dine to shine a spotlight on the vibrant creative community active in Hollywood.

Sunset & Dine 2015 to Benefit The Center at Blessed Sacrament

Once again, the planning committee of Sunset & Dine is please to announce our partnership with The Center at Blessed Sacrament, who will be the beneficiary of proceeds from this year’s event.

The Center at Blessed Sacrament is a 501c3 non-profit organization working to end homelessness in Hollywood. The Center operates as a day center for individuals seeking services and community through offering engaging groups and classes Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. The Center at Blessed Sacrament is located at 6636 Selma Avenue Hollywood, CA 90028.

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“The Center at Blessed Sacrament exists to be a catalyst for ending homelessness in Hollywood. We could never do it alone. It takes a community working together. At the center of community are relationships. We see these relationships as fundamental to a future in which homelessness no longer exists. The Center works to build this network of relationships with our participants experiencing homelessness, those who have been recently housed, service providers, public agencies, business leaders and the broader community. Together we are eradicating chronic homelessness from Hollywood.”