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The AbilityFirst Food and Wine Festival returns in person for 2022

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(Pasadena, CA) Come celebrate and support the incredible work of AbilityFirst at their Food & Wine Festival! This spectacular outdoor gourmet food and drink in-person festival will take place on Sunday, June 5, 2022 from 5 p.m. to p.m. in the stunning gardens at the Historic Laurabelle A. Robinson House in Pasadena.

This year’s AbilityFirst Food & Wine Festival will bring nearly 400 guests together for one exquisite evening featuring more than 20 top restaurants, cocktail bars, wineries, and breweries and much more.

Participating restaurants and patisseries include Alexander’s Steakhouse, El Cholo Café, Gale’s Restaurant, Mi Piace, Porto’s Bakery, Ruth Chris Steak House, Tam O’Shanter, We Olive, Lark Cake Shop, Poppy Cake Bakery Company, Nothing Bundt Cakes, and more!

Featured beverages include cocktails and spirit tastings from 1886 at The Raymond, Dulce Vida Tequila, Krafted Spirits, JuneShine, and Golden Road Brewing, along with specially curated wines. Pasadena’s own Cerveceria Del Pueblo will also be pouring their distinctive beers showcasing flavors and aromas from South America, and Califia Farms will be serving non-alcoholic beverages.

Proceeds from the event directly benefit AbilityFirst. AbilityFirst provides targeted programming to help individuals with developmental disabilities successfully transition from childhood to adult life; provides employment preparation, training, and experience; builds social connections and independence; and facilitates play and fun for both participants and caregivers through recreational activities. AbilityFirst’s person-centered programs empower individuals to discover what is important to them in their lives and  develop the skills necessary to help them to achieve their goals.

Ticket Information: 

You can find more information and directly purchase tickets for this year’s AbilityFirst Food & Wine Festival here.

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