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Saturday, August 15, 2015 from 7pm to 10pm at Hotel Irvine, Irvine CA
OC Weekly is excited to announce the 12th annual "Decadence 2015," a food and drink event in celebration of the 2015 Eat+Drink issue hitting newsstands on August 6th. Like the guide, Decadence will introduce what and where to dine in Orange County to over 1,500 attendees by showcasing over 40 local restaurants, breweries, bars and artisanal vendors along with national spirit, beer and wine brands.
Taking place on Saturday, August 15, 2015 from 7pm to 10pm on the newly-renovated outside "backyard" of Hotel Irvine, this event will feature restaurants and food vendors of all different types, from local celebrity chefs and upscale eateries, to mom-and-pop favorites and food trendsetters.
As of press time, the following restaurants and brands have confirmed attendance at this year's Decadence event: Anchor Hitch, Beach Barrel, Big Belly Deli, Brio Tuscan Grille, Bruxie, Craft House, Crow Bar, Crow Burger, Lou's Brews & BBQ, SeaLegs Wine Bar, SOCIAL Costa Mesa, Ten Asian Bistro, The Brickhouse Public, The Wild Crab, KIND, Rita's, Native Son Alehouse, Einstock Beer, Blue Moon, Diabolo French Sodas, Crispin, Sapporo, Modelo Especial, Strongbow, Stella Artois, Ludlows Cocktail Co, Resqwater and more to be announced weekly.
Supplying amazing background music will be DJ Dax and Los Angeles based reggae band, Vibrant Heights.
Tickets are available now until noon on August 15th for purchase at http://www.ocweekly.com/decadence. A limited number of VIP tickets are available for purchase for $50 and general admission tickets for $30. Pricing will increase on July 16th and on day-of event. GA tickets include drink samples, unlimited food samples and access to the live music and vendors. VIP tickets include all that GA does with the added amenities of early entry at 6pm for a private tasting hour and access to the VIP Lounge presented by SOCIAL Costa Mesa with exclusive bites and sips.
A portion of proceeds from the event will be donated to the Orange County Chapter of Boys Town.
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