More than 350 attendees feasted on their favorite tastes and wines from Los Gatos restaurants and wineries, enjoyed the sounds of live jazz by The Summit Boys and bid on auction and raffle offerings.
Proceeds, net income for charity was about 50 percent greater than last year, benefited local Lions Club charities which provide mental health and counseling services, said Los Gatos Lions Club spokesman Donald Purkey.
This was the club's second "Date Night."
"The Los Gatos Lions Club is committed to making life better for all of our school-age children, especially those who need a little extra support in their mental and emotional well-being," the Los Gatos Lions wrote on their ticket event page.
"Last year, we were able to identify and reduce bullying, provide funding for middle-school counseling support, sponsor suicide prevention clinics and add support to Counseling and Support Services for Youth, or CASSY in providing licensed therapeutic counseling for students, parents, and staff of Los Gatos High School and Fisher Middle School."
Some of the wineries participating were Cooper-Garrod Estate Vineyards, Fernwood Cellars Winery, House Family Winery, La Rusticana d'Orsa, MJA Vineyards, Regale Winery & Vineyards, Silver Mountain Vineyards, Storrs Winery, Thomas Fogarty Winery & Vineyards and Villa Del Monte Winery.
Some of the restaurants participating were , Dio Deka, Double D's Sports Grille, Forbes Mill Steakhouse,
Los Gatos Brewing Company, Los Gatos Meats & Smokehouse, Palacio, Restaurant James Randall, Steamer's Grillhouse, Viva, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., BLVD Coffee, Chocolate Dream Box and Nothing Bundt Cakes.