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October 26th, 2009 by Terry Miller
On Sunday evening hundreds of guests were treated to the premier Fall Food event in Pasadena . The Fall Food and Wine provided by top restaurants and wineries to benefit Huntington’s Center for Trauma Care.
Each fall, thousands trek to the annual Fall Food and Wine Festival, held in late October on the festive grounds between the Parkway Grill and the Arroyo Chop House in Pasadena.
The evening is co-produced by Parkway Grill owners Gregg and Bob Smith and Huntington Memorial Hospital. Proceeds benefit the hospital’s Center for Trauma Care – the only one available in the San Gabriel Valley.
On this 25th anniversary, event co-chairs Greg and Michele Thompson of San Marino provided spectacular offerings of stunning and sumptuous wines as well as delicious specialties from dozens of fine restaurants and wineries. The comfortable seats and art-deco look for the event’s silver anniversary event was very welcome for weary wine goers.
Participating restaurants and wineries included: Arroyo Chop House, Parkway Grill, Vibrato Grill & Jazz, Café 140 South, Smitty’s Grill, Cheval Blanc Bistro, Yamashiro, Marston’s Restaurant, Maison Akira, Gale’s Italian Restaurant and Bar, Philippe the Original, Sushi Roku, The The Langham – The Dining Room and more. Wineries include: Paradigm, ZD Wines, Rombauer, Bridlewood Estate Winery, Ferrari-Carano, Quixote, Road 31, Sojourn, St. Supéry among others.
2009 Silvers Sponsors are Cacique Foundation and Western Asset Management.
The Huntington Center for Trauma Care was established in 1983, it is the only Level II trauma center in the San Gabriel Valley. The Center provides expert medical care to victims of serious trauma and features a state-of-the-art heliport, allowing trauma victims to be treated faster than ever before.