Can’t decide where to eat on Larchmont? Hope-Net has the answer. Sample food from 13 food establishments on the boulevard at the 24th annual “Taste of Larchmont” on Mon., Aug. 29 from 6 to 9 p.m.
The theme, “Kickoff on Larchmont,” salutes the return of the Los Angeles Rams to the city and members of the Los Angeles High School marching band will perform.
“Taste” was originated in 1993 by the Larchmont Chronicle to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
A fundraiser for Hope-Net’s food pantries, a full 90 percent of funds received will be used to purchase and distribute food to those in need in our local area, said Douglas Ferraro, executive director.
In 1988, a collaboration of Los Angeles area religious congregations founded Hope-Net to address hunger and homeless needs. First opening in the Wilshire Center area of Los Angeles, the agency’s service area now encompasses Koreatown, Hollywood, Los Feliz, and Silverlake.
Tickets are $40 each. For more information, visit hopenetla.org.