Celebrated worldwide, Diwali, also known as the Indian New Year, celebrates the triumph of good over evil. Numerous myths and stories are associated with Diwali. Many of these myths center around the defeat of evil demons as well as the exoneration and freedom of the wrongfully oppressed. Diwali celebrates religious elevation, enlightenment, new beginnings, and good fortune.
“Our goal at Tanzore in celebrating Diwali is to bring cultural awareness to the community in a unique and fun way,” Nikki Sood, owner of Tanzore said.
Chef Paul at Tanzore creates a special three course festival menu with a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes to choose from. Reservations are being accepted for dinner at the pre-fixe price of $49.00 plus tax and service charge per person. This price includes entry to the exhibits, entertainment, and dinner. Tickets for entertainment only are $20 per person. To reserve your table and three-course festival menu please call (310) 652-3894. You can also visit www.tanzore.com for more information.
Nightly entertainment will include:
October 14, 8:30 PM, Classical tabla, sitar, and free gift bags
October 15, 8:30 PM, Casino tables and comedians, a portion of the proceeds go to Charity
October 16, 9:00 PM, DJ, dancers, and dhol player
October 17, 9:00 PM, Dj & dancing, Diwali club night
Recently named one of the Best 50 Restaurants by Angeleno Magazine and one of the Top 75 Restaurants by Los Angeles Magazine. In 2008 Tanzore was recommended by the Michelin Guide and Zagat rated as “Extraordinary to Perfection.”
For more information about Tanzore restaurant please contact, Nikki Sood, 50 North La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA, and USA 90211. Phone: 310-652-3894;