Fall has arrived, and with it comes the arrival of truffle season. Celebrate the bounty October brings with a communal five-course, family-style dinner that showcases the legendary fungus paired with a lineup of Italian wines.
Join Chef Thomas McNaughton and Wine Director Geno Tomko for a seasonal experience in our Test Kitchen at flour + water. Truffles create a sublime pairing with Barolo or Barbaresco, Italian wines made from the Nebbiolo grape in Piedmont. The five-course meal will be paired with bottles from the region's benchmarks.
The five-course communal experience is $250 per person and seating starts at 7PM.
Chef Thomas McNaughton & Chef Evan Allumbaum join twenty of the Bay Area’s best chefs to prepare a three-course dinner for 20 guests at this uniquely special event. The chef present each course tableside while offering insights into their culinary masterpieces and selected fine wines.
Saturday, September 26, 2015
6:00pm at the Food Bank’s San Francisco Warehouse
900 Pennsylvania Ave | San Francisco, California 94107
Please join us for CUESA’s 13th Annual Sunday Supper: A Farm to City Feast & Fundraising Gala taking place at the San Francisco Ferry Building on October 18.
It is by far and away the best fundraising event in San Francisco, featuring 40 of the Bay Area’s top chefs and a Ferry Plaza Farmers Market-inspired meal. The gala evening kicks off with a reception featuring an exclusive view of the kitchen, accompanied by sparkling wine, local oysters, hand-crafted drinks, and hors d’oeuvres. In the spirit of the farmers market community, dinner is served family style on long communal tables upstairs, in the Grand Hall. The Sunday Supper features six distinct, market-inspired menus created by teams of chefs who collaboratively plan the four-course meal. Emmy-winning host of KCBS’s “Foodie Chap” and the Travel Channel’s “World Access” Liam Mayclem will emcee the evening and host an energetic live auction.
We’re asked to participate in so many events throughout the year, and we choose to work with CUESA because of the important work they do to bring farmers, food makers, and urban dwellers together to create a healthy food system. Proceeds from the night provide much-needed support for CUESA’s critical youth programs: Schoolyard to Market, a youth development, entrepreneurship, and gardening program; and Foodwise Kids, a free farmers market field trip program for elementary school classes.
We hope you will join us in supporting this important work, and treat yourself to a one-of-a-kind dining experience.
Buy tickets: https://cuesa.ejoinme.org/sundaysupper2015reg