Eat Drink SF One Of My Favorite Weekends in San Francisco & Early Bird Tickets

Eat Drink SF One Of My Favorite Weekends in San Francisco & Early Bird Tickets

Eat Drink SF 2015

What is this amazing event: For those of you foodies in the know, you’re aware of one of the best events in San Francisco, Eat Drink SFAs long as I’ve lived in San Francisco I’ve attended this incredible event and it’s always one of the best weekends of the year.

Eat Drink SF 2015 Grand Tasting

Enjoying some delicious bubbles in last year’s VIP lounge thanks to Moet.

Lucky for you they’re offering early bird tickets until June 15th. And they’ve almost sold out of the early bird rate so hurry up and get your tickets now before the price goes up! Event tickets found here.

Eat Drink SF 2015 Grand Tasting

My and Tyler Florence at the 2015 Eat Drink SF Festival

The History of Eat Drink SF: Now celebrating its eighth year, Eat Drink SF includes four signature Grand Tasting sessions from Friday through Sunday at Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason. Throughout the weekend, more than 160 restaurants participate and guests will enjoy bites as well as unlimited pours of beverages from more than 70 bars, distilleries, breweries, and wineries. Read more about this event from their Executive Director Gwyneth Borden who I was lucky enough to interview with.

Eat Drink SF 2015

Who should you expect to see: A sampling of this year’s chef talent and restaurants include Chef David Lawrence of 1300 on Fillmore; Chef Valentina Guolo Migotto of Ca’ Momi Osteria; Chef Teague Moriarty of Sons & Daughters (select VIP exclusive); Chefs Mark Sullivan and John Madriaga of Spruce; Chef Tim Archuleta of ICHI Sushi + NI Bar (select VIP exclusive); and Chef Thomas McNaughton of Central Kitchen, among others.

Eat Drink SF 2015 Grand Tasting

Me and Charles Phan of Slanted Door at the 2015 Eat Drink SF (read my post here)

What’s new: This year, Eat Drink SF has added a special Grand Tasting on Sunday, August 28, to celebrate the Golden Gate Restaurant Association’s 80th anniversary and honor the legacy restaurants in the Bay Area. The Sunday Afternoon Grand Tasting will feature Bay Area bars and restaurants that have been open for at least 25 years and that have helped shaped the distinct flavor of the local culinary experience, such as including Scoma’s, Sutro’s at the Cliff House, and Goat Hill Pizza. Additionally, the San Francisco Brewers Guild will be pouring local craft beers at all Grand Tastings in a dedicated beer garden.

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