This year’s celebrity chef lineup at the annual Sunday Supper fundraiser will be sure to wow foodies, winos and do-gooders alike. The event, hosted at the San Francisco Ferry Building on Sunday, October 3rd, is presented by the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA), a non-profit that works to educate city diners and promote sustainable, seasonal and local dining.
Over 60 of the Bay Area’s most celebrated chefs will create dishes inspired by CUESA’s mission for the seated supper, a five-course feast accompanied by wine and beer pairings composed by award-winning sommeliers. A few namedrop-worthy culinary talents comprised in the lineup include Craig Stoll of Delfina, Chris Cosentino of Boccalone and Incanto, Thomas McNaughton of Flour + Water, Liza Shaw of A16, Chris Jones of the girl & the fig, Bruce Hill of Bix, Picco, and Zero Zero, and Staffan Terje of Perbacco.
The event will kick off with a reception featuring around 40 hors d’oeuvres stations, cocktails, and a vast selection of wines. Guests, with drink in hand, will schmooz with chefs, local farmers and food artisans.
Buy your tickets here. Urbanites, meet local farmers.