Jonathan Gold Hosts Union Station Cocktail Party

Cocktail Party Los Angeles

Jonathan Gold knows how to draw a crowd and invited L.A. cocktail leaders to dazzle guests in DTLA.

On October 10 at 7 PM, Pulitzer Prize-winning LA Weekly restaurant critic Jonathan Gold is hosting a deluxe cocktail party at Union Station to benefit Zócalo Public Square, a community-oriented organization that has hosted over 400 speakers at nearly 200 free events in only six years.

For the fundraiser, Jonathan Gold has assembled “The New Cocktailians,” some of the city’s best bartenders, bar owners and chefs, including Eric Alperin (The Varnish), downtown nightlife impresario Cedd Moses (213) and Providence chef-owner Michael Cimarusti. The rest of the food and drink is courtesy of Comme Ca, Palate Food + Wine, Church & State, The Gorbals, Mozza and Rivera. You’ll also find music from DJ Pajaro and Cava.

Tickets cost $300 per guest and $500 per two guests. Zócalo is happy to accept smaller donations if you’re unable to attend.

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