CUESA's 11th Annual Sunday Supper
Sunday, October 20, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
30 Top Chefs • 6 Whole Beasts • 4-Course Meal • 1 Unforgettable Evening
Sunday Supper is an elegant celebration of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market community and California’s rich agricultural bounty. Thirty of San Francisco’s best chefs join winemakers, bartenders and sustainable farmers in the historic Ferry Building for one memorable and decadent evening in support of CUESA’s Foodwise Kids program.
Featuring an oyster bar, hors d’oeurves, Napa Valley wine, artisan cocktails, and a special sneak peek of the kitchen
Four-course gourmet dining experience accompanied by specially selected wines with table-side carving
With one-of-a-kind packages for food lovers (see package details below)
For details and to learn about sponsorship opportunities, visit the CUESA website.
Vegetarian meals are available upon advanced request, and we make every effort to accommodate dietary restrictions. Just let us know in advance when you register.
The Whole Beast
Participating Wineries, Breweries, and Spirit Companies
Live Auction Items
All-Inclusive Dinner in the Dugout, Cocktail Party, and Tour at AT&T Park
Private Dinner at Boulette’s Larder for 10 with special guest Michael Pollan
Hayes Valley Culinary Crawl
|Special Dinner for 8 at Della Fattoria’s Weber Ranch with special guest Joyce Goldstein
Bask in Sonoma County’s beauty and join a farm-centric feast at Weber Ranch in Petaluma, which is operated by Ed and Kathleen Weber, owners of the acclaimed Della Fattoria bakery and café. Dine with Kathleen, Ed and their special guest, legendary chef and author Joyce Goldstein.
|Omakase Service for 6 at ICHI SUSHI + NI BAR
Revel in a private Japanese “omakase” style meal and let chef Tim Archuleta, owner and executive ched of ICHI Sushi, create custom dishes and drink pairings at his newest establishment in the Mission.
|Real Food Adventure through Mexico
Enjoy an authentic taste of Mexico on this eight-day journey for two through three of Mexico’s most famous culinary capitals: Oaxaca, Puebla and Mexico City. Roundtrip airfare for two, 7 nights of accommodations, all breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners, guided tours of markets and cultural sites, and one cooking class are included.
Your seating assignment will be given to you at the registration desk.
IMPORTANT: If you are coming as a group but paying separately, in order to be seated together you must communicate the names of all members in your group to Christine Farren at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets are nonrefundable, but are transferable should the ticket purchaser be unable to attend.
Photos from last year's event by Drew Altizer Photography and Tory Putnam.
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