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The perfect way to end summer is with bare feet in the sand, eating tasty food, drinking good wine and all for a good cause. That is what An Evening on the Beach is and that is why it is the Please The Palate pick of the week. I look forward to An Evening on the Beach every year. I put the date on my calendar and wait in anticipation. This year, I had a last minute trip up to Mendocino for an event that was set to end at 4pm. I booked the 5:20pm flight out of Santa Rosa and left the event a little early to make my flight. I landed at 6:50pm, hopped in my car and headed straight to the Jonathan Club in Santa Monica. I arrived at 8:00pm, two hours after the event started but nothing would stop me from attending.
As the summer comes to an end, we think back to one of the most fun and quintessential Southern California events this summer: "Evening On The Beach". There is nothing better than dressing up, kicking off your shoes and sticking your feet in the sand. Evening on the Beach With wine glass in hand, a couple hundred guests attended the 5th annual "An Evening on the Beach" in support of St. Vincent Meals on Wheels of LA.
Bestia officially opened its doors this past weekend in downtown LA's Arts District.  A contemporary brick building decorated with reclaimed materials, Bestia is hidden among the nondescript warehouses of downtown LA, not far from the Greyhound Station. But when you walk inside, you will forget where you are and be transported into a warm, inviting restaurant with an open kitchen and a long bar for cocktails.
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