Noodle Fest 2011: Chinatown and North Beach, A Cultural and Culinary Celebration-TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ON SUNDAY!!!
Sunday, May 1, 2011 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
We look forward to seeing you at the second annual Chinatown and North Beach Noodle Fest! You must bring your confirmation printout to receive your passport at the will call tables, which entitles you to three noodle samples from Chinatown, three pasta samples from North Beach and one beverage.
Chinatown Community Development Center and North Beach Merchants Association are putting on Noodle Fest 2011: Chinatown and North Beach, A Cultural and Culinary Celebration for you to come out and sample delicious noodle and pasta dishes from over thirty restaurants from Chinatown and North Beach! This year, we are adding drinks to our menu as well! So come ready to mingle, enjoy live entertainment, watch noodle making demonstrations by renowned chefs, and slurp the afternoon away!
Date and Time: Sunday, May 1, 2011 from 1pm to 5pm
Event Location: Grant Avenue (btw Pacific and Vallejo) & Vallejo Street (btw Columbus and Grant)
Event Organizers: Chinatown Community Development Center and North Beach Merchants Association
Host: Supervisor David Chiu
Sponsors: Central Subway Design Team (Parsons Brinckerhoff, Kwan Henmi Architects, Michael Willis Architects, Telamon Engineering Consultants), PG&E, Wells Fargo, SF Bay Guardian, Asian Chefs Association, Recology, United Airlines
How to Get There:
MUNI Lines 1, 8X, 10, 12, 30, 45, Cable Car
Chinatown Park & Ride ($3 all day parking with validation stamp at Welcome Tables)
Golden Gateway Garage at 250 Clay Street| Free Shuttle Service to Chinatown Every 15 Minutes
*This is a green event, which means all your bowls and utensils are compostable!
Art in the Alley: Located right next door on the same day:
"Art in the Alley, an eclectic art exhibition featuring local artists, celebrates its 10th Anniversary this year in Jack Kerouac Alley. Take some time between noodle bites to peruse the wide range of creativity on display in this unique thoroughfare located adjacent to the Noodle Fest near Grant and Broadway."