Bake the World a Better Place - Bake Sale 2019

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Bluestem Brasserie

1 Yerba Buena Lane

San Francisco, CA 94103

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San Francisco’s top pastry chefs will be at Bluestem Brasserie on Thursday, Sept. 12th from 5-7pm to Bake the World a Better Place! Gather your pastry-loving friends and colleagues for Bluestem's second annual Bake Sale benefitting CUESA's Foodwise Teens, a program in which students build skills to sustain healthy lives and a healthy planet.

The entire restaurant - including the open air mezzanine and outdoor terrace - will be dedicated to showcasing the creations of 15 incredible bakers and pastry chefs. Guests will fill their pink pastry boxes with sweet and savory goodies, meet the renowned pastry chefs, and mingle with friends while enjoying delicious drinks. You'll be treating not only yourself but also your community as the proceeds from the evening help teens gain critical job skills, learn about sustainable food, and gain hands-on experience in their school garden, the kitchen, and at the farmers market. We hope you'll join us to #baketheworldbetter!



TICKET DETAILS:

General Admission tickets include tokens to choose your seven favorite baked goods prepared by this stellar line up of pastry chefs, three drink tickets, and other event surprises to sweeten the pot.
$50 GA

VIP tickets include all of the above plus early entrance at 5:00pm to get first dibs on the incredible selection of baked goods!
$70 VIP

The Whole World tickets (only 100 tickets available!) are for a true pastry-lover or those looking to be the office hero*! This ticket includes pastries from all 15 pastry chefs pre-boxed for easy pick up. Arrive anytime between 5pm-7pm to pick up your box - yes it will be large + pink - and utilize the three drink tickets also included.
$95 for The Whole World


*Office Hero: someone who arrives to the office on Friday morning with a box(es) full of baked goods to share from SF's best pastry chefs. Friday the 13th seems like a great day for that.



Arizmendi Bakery - 9th Avenue
Owners + Bakers AeRi Swendson & Irene Contreras
Corn Cherry Scone

b. patisserie
Owner + Pastry Chef Belinda Leong
Vietnamese Coffee Kouign Amann - coffee kouign amann with condensed milk drizzle
Pepperoni Pizza Knot - pepperoni pizza croissant

Batter Bakery
Owner + Pastry Chef Jen Musty
Cookie Bar! A mouthwatering selection of Batter's favorite cookies

Bluestem Brasserie
Pastry Consultant Lori Baker
Stoner Bar - peanut butter caramel pretzel chocolate bar

Dandelion Chocolate
Pastry Chef Lisa Vega
S'more

Grand Opening
Pastry Chef Melissa Chou
Brandied Cherry Nian Gao

Josey Baker Bread
Owner Josey Baker
Stone Milled Chocolate Chip Cookie

Liholiho Yacht Club
Pastry Chef Penelope Lao
Curried Oatmeal Raisin Cookie + Brown Sugar Pineapple Muffin

Michael Mina
Pastry Chef Nick Muncy
Spiced Banana-Walnut Loaf

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse
Corporate Chef Randy Sebastian
Chocolate-Orange Hazelnut Croissant Roll with Carmelia Hot Chocolate
Garlic & Herb filled Porcini Croissant Roll with Mushroom Cappuccino

Perbacco
Pastry Chef Allison Gill
Almond Anise Biscotti

State Bird Provisions + The Progress
Owner & Pastry Chef Nicole Krasinski
Milk Chocolate Toffee Cranberry Cookie
Blenheim Apricot Glazed Old Fashioned Doughnut

Stonemill Matcha
Pastry Chef Mikiko Yui
Kyoto Cheesecake - classic style cheesecake with a hint of matcha on top of chocolate sable

Three Babes Bakeshop
Owner Lenore Estrada
Peach Blackberry Pie
Vegan Brownie
Blueberry Rhubarb Slab Pie

Waterbar
Pastry Chefs Erica Land + Brittany Greenbaum
Brown Butter Blueberry Muffin + Monkey Bread



BENEFITING CUESA's FOODWISE TEENS

CUESA


ABOUT CUESA

CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that grows thriving communities through the power and joy of local food. They have managed the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in San Francisco since 1999, the Jack London Square Farmers Market in Oakland since 2016, and the Mission Community Market in San Francisco since 2017. Proceeds from Bake a Better World benefits CUESA’s Foodwise Teens program, in which students build skills to sustain healthy lives and a healthy planet. Teens learn about sustainable food jobs and get hands-on experience in the garden, in the kitchen, and at the farmers market, while getting paid for their work.

Illustration by local artist Nigel Sussman

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Bluestem Brasserie

1 Yerba Buena Lane

San Francisco, CA 94103

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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