Chefs Elizabeth Falkner and Mark Peel
LOS ANGELES – Want to party with “Top Chef: Masters” at a private home in Hancock Park?
Contestants from Bravo’s “Top Chef: Masters” will participate in a chef challenge, which will serve as a benefit for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD).
The celebrity-studded benefit, dubbed GLAAD Hancock Park, will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday, July 25, at the elegant home of interior designer Timothy Corrigan. Attire is summer chic.
Break out the piggybank because it costs $100 for general admission or $150 for VIP treatment, which includes judging entry for the chef challenge.
Chef Elizabeth Falkner, owner/partner of Citizen Cake in San Francisco, and Chef Mark Peel, executive chef/owner of The Tar-Pit in Los Angeles and The Point in Culver City, will square off in the challenge.
The event will be hosted by Chef Susan Feniger, executive chef/owner of Street in Los Angeles.
Celebrity guest judges will include Gretchen Rossi from “Real Housewives of Orange County” as well as Darryl Stephens and Jensen Atwood from “Noah’s Arc.”
In addition to the chef challenge, attendees can enjoy tasting stations from some of L.A.’s top restaurants and caterers, live entertainment, and participate in a food-and-wine silent auction to raise money for GLAAD.
Participating restaurants include Bastide, Cream by Crystal, Dominick’s/Little Dom’s, The Farm of Beverly Hills, Edison Fields, The Foundry on Melrose, Paul’s Kitchen, POM Wonderful, Barefoot Wine and Zico Pure Coconut Water.
Event chairs are Chef Paul McCullough and Chef Edison Briones.
To order tickets online, click HERE. Tickets are non-refundable and tax-deductible.
GLAAD is a strategic partner of San Diego Gay & Lesbian News.