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Yacht Rock II: Summer Cocktails of the Farmers Market

CUESA - Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture

Wednesday, August 28, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

Yacht Rock II: Summer Cocktails of the Farmers Market

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Tilt your captain’s hat, straighten your stripes, and sail over to the Ferry Building for Yacht Rock II, the summer edition of Cocktails of the Farmers Market. For this nautically themed night of sips and bites, CUESA and the Northern California chapter of the United States Bartenders Guild (USBG) continue their seasonal cocktails series with a nod to the America’s Cup.

An all-star lineup of bartenders and chefs will highlight summer produce from the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Guests receive two full-sized signature cocktails made with Drambuie, 11 sample sized drinks, and delicious bites from noted local galleys.

Attendees are encouraged to drop anchor and come ashore in their favorite nautical look for a chance to win a make-it-at-home cocktail market basket in Epicuring’s costume contest, Whether taking fashion cues from The Captain and Tennille, The Love Boat, Larry Ellison, or Luis Vuitton, Postagram will be on hand to capture the festivities. DJ/KJ Glenny Kravitz will be spinning Yacht Rock tunes and encouraging all fans of Christopher Cross, the Doobie Brothers, Toto, Hall and Oates, and other smooth-sailing rockers to grab the mic and sing along.

Grab your crew and rendezvous! Tickets are $40. Act quickly—there’s limited space at this party.

Participating Bartenders

Hana Roschuni, New Easy
Heather Rae Petersen, Iron and Gold
Matt Fleeger, 15 Romolo
Josh Trabulsi, Burrit Room
Vita Simone, Sassafras Seagrass/Dogwood
Seth Laufman, Comstock Saloon
David Ruiz, Padrecito
Victoria George, Rickhouse
Jared Anderson, Comstock Saloon
Abraham Perez, CHAYA Brasserie
Martin Cate & Steven Liles, Smuggler's Cove
Mauricio "Moe" Arce, Monarch
Suzie Robinson, Novela

Participating Restaurants
Joshua Wilder Oakley, Tango & Stache

Francis Hogan, Bluestem Brasserie
Jennifer Ko and Alex Saneski, Cremeux Ex Machina
Marc Zimmerman, Alexander’s Steakhouse
John Jackson, Bocanova
Larry Finn, Scala’s Bistro
Diego Oka, La Mar Cebicheria Peruana

Fine Spirits Provided by:
209 Gin
American Harvest Vodka
Branca Menta
St. George Dry Rye Gin
Jack Daniel's Single Barrell
Mount Gay Black Barrel
pür likör spice, blood orange liqueur
Sailor Jerry
Tequila Herradura
Tequila Tapatio Blanco from Charbay

Guests are encouraged to vote for their favorite drink and hors d’oeuvre, and five winners will be selected to receive farmers market prizes!

NOTE: Tickets are nonrefundable. No one under 21 years old will be admitted. Event takes place on dry land in front of the historic San Francisco Ferry Building. 

Photography by Walter Fabiano.

Have questions about Yacht Rock II: Summer Cocktails of the Farmers Market? Contact CUESA - Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture

When & Where

CUESA Kitchen at the Ferry Building
San Francisco Ferry Building
San Francisco, CA 94111

Wednesday, August 28, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

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CUESA - Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture

CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to growing thriving communities through the power and joy of local food. Founded in 1994, CUESA operates the world-renowned Ferry Plaza Farmers Market and Mission Community Market in San Francisco, and the Jack London Square Farmers Market in Oakland. CUESA is a cutting-edge force in influencing how people grow, produce, and eat food in the Bay Area and beyond. Learn more at

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