San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for a casual, fun progressive mixer highlighting three of our Snail of Approval awardees!
On Saturday, June 8, we'll meet on the patio of Mulvaney's B&L at 2 pm for farm-to-table appetizers. Chef Patrick and Bobbin Mulvaney will join us to talk a bit about how they provide local, seasonal fare.
Next, Ginger Hahn of Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates will join us on the patio for a chocolate tasting and discussion. From Mulvaney's, we will stroll the short, 1-block walk to the chocolate shop for a short visit (because of limited space) and some additional treats.
Finally, we will head back to 19th Street for a stop at Devine Gelateria, where we'll hear firsthand from owner Elizabeth McCleary about how she sources for her creations. While there we will be treated to a mix of her baked goods and gelato.
Start: Mulvaney's B&L - 1215 19th Street (2 pm - 3:30 pm)
Second Stop: Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates - 1801 L Street, Suite 60 (3:30 pm -4:00 pm)
Last Stop: Devine Gelateria - 1221 19th Street (4 pm - 4:30pm)
(Times are approximate.)
This mixer includes 3 blocks of walking at a leisurely pace on flat Midtown sidewalks. Please wear comfortable shoes!
A portion of the proceeds from this event will help support Slow Food Sacramento's many community-focused activities and programs such as the Snail of Approval and Slow Food U.
All ticket sales are final and nonrefundable.
Tickets at the door $45/person. Please bring exact cash or check only. We will not have the ability to accept credit cards at the door.
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Slow Food Sacramento
Slow Food Sacramento is the Sacramento region's convivium, or chapter, of Slow Food USA. We are an active, all-volunteer chapter that hosts a wide range of educational and convivial events throughout the year to introduce you to the producers and creators of some of the region's outstanding foods, farms, and restaurants. You'll meet the leaders who champion locally and sustainably produced vegetables, fruits, wines, meats, and cheeses. You'll become part of a network to improve access to good, clean, and fair food for all in the Sacramento region.