Facebook Pixel - PageView Event

The Best Taste Event in LA Is This November

The Best Taste Event in LA Is This November

Don’t miss one of the best events in Los Angeles this November

What makes Taste of the Rams so great? It’s an unforgettable evening, and the proceeds help those fighting hunger in LA County – just in time for the holidays. The fourth annual Taste of the Rams will be held on November 18 at Universal Studios Globe Garden and provides you with unique access to food and fun. In case you are not yet convinced, here are some reasons why you should mark you calendar and buy tickets now:

#1: Taste Delicious Food

Chef Steve Samson
Chef Steve Samson (related post)

Your $150 ticket grants you access to some of the finest food in Los Angeles. Seriously! Check out this lineup of LA’s best chefs:

  • Steve SamsonTaste of the rams minin burgers
  • Gino Campagna
  • Chris Feldmeier
  • Raphael Francois
  • Ted Hopson
  • Jackson Kalb
  • Fern Kewathatip and Nori Pla
  • Adam Sobel
  • Yoya Takahashi
  • Benjamin Udave

…and MORE to be announced soon!

#2: Los Angeles Rams Will Be There

Todd Gurley and Andrew SicilianoNot only will you get to mingle with and get autographs from our very own Los Angeles Rams players and cheerleaders, our honorary event chair is the one and only Todd Gurley II. And, drumroll please, Rampage will be there as well!

#3: You Will Be Providing Hope for Someone in Need.

This, hands down, is the best reason to attend Taste of the Rams. We can do so much more together for our neighbors in need than we can do on our own. No one should go hungry in LA County, and Taste of the Rams is an opportunity to raise funds and valuable awareness so we can get that much closer to our ultimate goal of making LA County hunger-free.


What Are You Waiting For?

Buy your tickets now! The cost is $150 per ticket.

More Stories from the LA Regional Food Bank

Los Angeles Business Journal Honors FedEx and Jim Yukevich at 2024 Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards

At the 2024 Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards hosted by the Los Angeles Business Journal, Jim Yukevich and FedEx were celebrated .

Joining the Feeding LA Tomorrow Legacy Society: Tami

Feeding LA Tomorrow Legacy Society member Tami shares her story of how she plans to support generations to come with a lasting gift

Cutting the Ribbon at The Donald Goodman Family Foundation Volunteer Center

The LA Regional Food Bank commemorated the ribbon-cutting ceremony for The Donald Goodman Family Foundation Volunteer Center.

Helping Hands – The PazNaz Food Pantry Makes a Difference in the Community

With roots in the Pasadena area, the First Church of the Nazarene’s food pantry goes above and beyond for its neighbors. Learn more.

Stay Connected

Sign up for the latest in our fight against hunger.