Friday, September 24, 2010

Heal the Bay In Marina Del Rey Saturday Sept. 25th

See exclusive video from my friend Next Food Network Star Season 4: Adam Gertler from Kid in a Candy Store with Big Tony Ragu interviewing the Lardon Truck along with exclusive Heal the Bay event Video Coverage. Not to be missed!
This Saturday, a slew of L.A.s Best Food trucks are joining forces to help raise money for Heal the Bay immediately following Coastal Clean-Up Day.

The fundraiser will benefit Heal the Bay and the International Bird Rescue and Research Center, which has been actively involved in the rescue of seabirds affected by the BP Deepwater Horizon well blow-out along the Gulf Coast. Attendees will be able to directly contribute to these causes in one of two ways – purchase of food truck cuisine and direct donations to the organizations.

The Beach Gives Back Food Festival will feature over 25 of LA’s most popular food trucks and will make L.A.’s best street fare available in one spot at one time for a good cause. The event will commence directly following the end of the Coastal Clean-Up at noon; both Coastal Clean-Up volunteers and all others are encouraged to attend.

The event is open to all members of the public and unlike most Food Truck Festivals - there will be NO general admission fee. The trucks will be generously donating 10% of their proceeds.

The Trucks:
1.      The Grilled Cheese Truck
2.      Papas Tapas
3.      Big Swirl
4.      Fry Smith
5.      Del’s Lemonade
6.      Vesuvio
7.      India Jones
8.      Ahn-Joo
9.      KababExpress
10.   Buttermilk Truck
11.  Lake Street Creamery
12.  Morsels Truck
13.  Border Grill
14.  Dosa Truck
15.  The Sweets Truck
16.  DimSum Truck
17.  Organic Oasis
18.  Lardon
19.  Get Shaved Ice
20.  SliceTruck
21.  Tango Mango
22.  The Dumpling Station
23.  The Flying Pig
24.   Mambo Juice
25.  The Shrimp Pimp
26.  CoolHaus
27.  Phamish 
28.  Canters
29.  No Reservations

Beyond O2 Water is donating water to decrease plastic bottles – Guests are encouraged to bring a reusable bottle!

About Heal the Bay
Now in its 25th year, Heal the Bay is dedicated to making Santa Monica Bay and Southern California watersheds and coastal waters safe and healthy for people and marine life. It is one of the largest nonprofit environmental organizations in Los Angeles County, with more than 13,000 members. For more information on Heal the Bay, visit

About Coastal Clean-Up Day
Coastal Clean-Up Day is an annual international event drawing volunteers in more than 90 countries in a worldwide effort to clean and protect the world’s beaches and waterways. The Los Angeles Coastal Clean-Up event draws upwards of 14,000 volunteers in a concerted effort to clean the beaches of southern California. LA volunteers are able to select among 50 clean-up sites in the region. The closest clean-up sites to the Latitude 33 event will be the Grand Canal Lagoon in Venice at 3300 Strongs Dr. and the Venice Beach Pier at Washington Blvd. and Ocean Front Walk; for the additional locations, go to

Last year’s LA event volunteers together cleaned up more than 300,000 pounds of trash and recyclables along the coast and waterways of Southern California.

About International Bird Rescue Research Center (IBRRC) The International Bird Rescue Research Center (IBRRC) has been helping birds around the world since 1971. Its mission is to mitigate human impact on aquatic birds and other wildlife. This is achieved through rehabilitation, emergency response, education, research, planning and training. For more information on IBRRC, visit

About Latitude 33 Latitude 33 sets a new standard in modern beach living with three distinctive, yet complementary, lifestyle home collections - SKY, BOARDWALK and BEACH. Sales have commenced with pricing from the high $600,000s to $2.6 Million. The Sales Gallery is now open and designer-furnished model homes are available for touring daily from 10am to 6pm. For more information on Latitude 33, call (310) 881-6600 or visit The community is also on Facebook at and Twitter @latitude33

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