If you are a Bay Area foodie, Eat Drink SF is where you want to be next weekend! Eat Drink SF is a celebration of Bay Area cuisine, wine, and community. You’ll get three days of great events that will satisfy your taste buds. This year, Eat Drink SF takes place from August 20th-August 23rd.
*Ticket prices range from: $75 – $675 (Grand Tasting); $30 (Consumer Classes)*
Kick off festival weekend with a creative “taco” battle at the Taco Knockdown presented by Milagro Tequila on Thursday, August 20 at Folsom Street Foundry. Chefs from the city’s top restaurants will put their spin on a taco to be judged by a panel of experts for the ‘Best Overall’ title.
Grand Tasting: Main Stage Demonstration
Friday, August 21: Celebrity chef Elizabeth Falkner and The Slanted Door’s Charles Phan with emcee Leslie Sbrocco
Saturday, August 22: (Afternoon Grand Tasting): Top Chef Ryan Scott & Olympic Gold Medalist and cookbook author Brian Boitano, Tony Gemignani of Tony Gemignani Restaurant Group, and Chris Marchino of Cotogna & Michael Tusk of Cotogna and Quince with emcee Liam Mayclem
Saturday, August 22: (Evening Grand Tasting): Michael Chiarello of Coqueta, and Wesley Shaw of Presidio Social Club & Master Beer Sommelier Marc Stroobandt of Stella Artois with emcee Joel Riddell
Grand Tasting: San Francisco Wine School Beverage Classroom
Friday, August 21: Bubbles, Bubbles & More Bubbles, The Dark Side of Pinot Noir, and Que Syrah Syrah
Saturday, August 22: (Afternoon Grand Tasting): Chardonnay: Burgundy, Butter & Beyond, Summer Through Rose Colored Glasses, Wines Around Sicily
Saturday, August 22: (Evening Grand Tasting): 50 Shades of Gris, Do Points Matter?, and Cabernet is King
Wind down an unforgettable weekend of food and drink at the Brunch Party at Foreign Cinema on Sunday, August 23, with a lavish spread of sweet and savory dishes, refreshing cocktails such as the Aperol Spritz and SKYY Bloody Mary’s, and entertainment.
In addition, more than 20 restaurants around the city will participate in the inaugural Revival Brunch. Each restaurant will offer a special Eat Drink SF brunch menu to aide revelers in post-festival recovery.