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Junior League Food and Wine Festival

Sample over 50 restaurants this weekend at La Jolla Cove



Junior League Food and Wine Festival

This Saturday, the Junior League of San Diego hosts the 13th annual Food & Wine Festival. Set amongst the panoramic views of La Jolla Cove, guests will have the opportunity to try vintages from local wineries and bites from San Diego’s top restaurants.

The event’s theme, A Kentucky Derby Affair, will be brought to a life with a live viewing of the Run for the Roses. Prizes will be awarded to the best hat and the best-dressed couple.

Proceeds from the event support the Junior League’s mission-based programs supporting transitional age foster youth and improving the health and nutrition of San Diego’s children.

Junior League Food and Wine Festival
Ellen Scripps Browning Park at La Jolla Cove
May 4, 2013
2:00pm – 6:00pm

To purchase tickets, visit www.jlsdfoodandwine.com.

General admission tickets are $75 in advance and $85 at the door. VIP tickets, which include access to a VIP lounge stocked with specialty samples and valet parking, are $125.

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