More than 200 foodies all dressed in white took from Santa Monica to Rodeo Drive last week to meet with more than 1,000 others for an outdoor eating concept called Dîner en Blanc.
Husband Daniel Chin Yee and wife Jennifer Puno of Venice participated in what Puno calls the "chique pique-nique" on her blog Octoplace, which includes a photo gallery from the evening.
There were six departure points, starting from Santa Monica, to Beverly Hills, to Culver City, to downtown L.A., to Hollywood and to The Grove. In Beverly Hills, white tables extended from Wilshire Boulevard down to Dayton Way.
The rules were to wear white attire, bring a folding table, white chairs, tableware, food and wine to an undisclosed location.
"It was a crazy event and I'm definitely going again next year," writes Puno.
According to ABC, it took more than a year to get the permits approved for Rodeo Drive.
Dîner en Blanc began in Paris more than 25 years ago and has taken off around the globe. For more information for the L.A. concept, visit the website.
Have you attended a Dîner en Blanc in Los Angeles County?