Join us on October 30 as we celebrate Bay Area farms and chefs with food provided by The Perennial, one of Bon Appetit's Best New Restaurants in America!
From 3pm to 7pm, we'll open our doors for a one-of-a-kind culinary celebration featuring:
- Demonstrations by local chefs and farmers
- Several small bites provided by Chris Kiyuna of The Perennial, Wes Rowe of WesBurger 'N' More, and Chef Tu David Phu
- Live music from Moonshine Jelly
- Interactive digital displays
- Cocktails and spirits
- A screening of Farm-To-Fork SF's latest short film.
Through our film and live demonstrations, we'll explore the impact and future of carbon farming, an alternative farming practice designed to reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions in order to fight climate change.
While our previous events took on a seated dinner format, our October 30 event will be a more open, causal Sunday afternoon celebration of local food and drink, showcasing some of the Bay Area's premiere farm-to-table chefs, restaurants, and food producers.
Click here for more info on our revamped event format.
Menu info coming soon.
Price: $50 (Early Bird), $60 General Admission
When: Sunday, October 30, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Where: The Village 969 Market St. San Francisco, CA 94103 (Map)
Giving BackA portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to The Perennial Farming Initiative, a nonprofit organization dedicated to combatng climate change from a culinary perspective.
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A special thanks to The Far West Cider Company, creating uniquely Californian ciders made exclusively from apples grown on Chinchiolo Family Farms; a fourth generation farm located in rural San Joaquin County, CA.
Check back soon for menu and other event details...