On Saturday, June 26th, 5:30 to 8:30 pm, the Sacramento Zoological Society hosts King of Feasts, a food and wine luau. Taste premium local wines, beers and an array of spirits as Sacramento’s dining scene converges on the beautiful grounds of the Sacramento Zoo.
Break out your luau attire and have a unique evening of international aloha-flavor for adults, hosted by the ladies of Good Day Sacramento. Rick Kushman of the Sacramento Bee will share his food and wine knowledge.
It wouldn’t be a complete luau without live Ukulele players, Polynesian dancers and a Classic Tiki Cocktail Mixology Competition put on by the local Bartenders Guild and coordinators of Midtown Cocktail Week. Guests may also indulge in one-of-a-kind items at three separate silent auctions.
Some of the restaurants providing delicious samples include: Asante Catering, The Berry Factory a Shari Fitzpatrick Company, California Pizza Kitchen, Chops, Cupcake Craving, Dad's Kitchen, Elephant Bar, 4th Street Grille, Giovanni's Pizza, Grateful Bread, Hornblower Cruises, Jealousy Catering, Just 4 U Catering, Kru Restaurant, L&L Hawaiian BBQ, The Melting Pot, Mochii Yogurt, Mulvaney's B&L / Culinary Specialists
Naan India Grill, PF Chang's, Pyramid Alehouse, Rubio's Fresh Mexican Grill, Sutter Buttes Olive Ranch, Taste of the Wild Catering, Tex Wasabi, Trader Joe's, Sandra Dee's BBQ & Seafood, Yogurtagogo and Zocalo.
Breweries, wineries and beverages include: Bacardi, Barefoot Wine & Bubbly, Bogle Winery, Carvalho Family Winery, Hoppy Brewing Company, Lost Coast Brewery, Markstein Beverage Company, Michael-David Winery, Oakstone Winery, Perry Creek Winery, Radee Wine, Railbridge Cellars, Renwood Winery, River City Brewing Company, Rominger West Winery, SanTasti, Inc, Scribner Bend Vineyards, Terra d'Oro Winery and Twisted Rivers Wines.
Tickets may be purchased in advance for $45 for Zoo members, $50 for non-members or $60 at the door. Adults only, please. Visit www.saczoo.com, or call 916-808-5888 to purchase tickets. Proceeds from this event benefit Zoo improvements, education programs and wildlife conservation.