It doesn’t get much better than this for me! Getting to DJ at one of San Francisco’s premier food events – SF Chefs 2011! Join me from 6-9PM on Thursday, August 4th for the Sugar and Spice event at the Westin St. Francis.
Here is a little about the event:
Sugar and Spice
Treat your taste buds to spices used in sweet, savory and liquid applications. In the sparkling setting of The Westin St. Francis, guests will be guided on culinary tour de spice by some of San Francisco’s favorite chefs and pastry chefs. Venture from one table to another enjoying culturally driven savory items, surprising sweets and handcrafted cocktails. Dress code is sweet or spicy… Chefs include: David Lawrence (1300 on Fillmore), Bill Corbett (Absinthe Brasserie & Bar), Mourad Lahlou and Melissa Chou (Aziza), Terri Wu (Farallon), Pascal Rigo (La Boulange), Luis Villavelazquez (Les Elements), Scott Soule & Nancy Pitta (Mayfield Bakery), Lincoln Carson (Michael Mina), Alan Carter (Mission Beach Café), Ethan Howard (Murray Circle), Ranjan Dey (New Delhi), Gonzalo Guzman and Jose Ramos (Nopalito), Leena Hung (The Restaurant at Wente Vineyards), Jean-François Houdré (The Westin St. Francis), Hoss Zaré (Zaré at Flytrap) and Joseph Humphrey.
And about SF Chefs 2011:
SF Chefs 2011 presented by Visa Signature®, is a food and wine event celebrating the unique flavor, diversity and bounty of Northern California. The main tasting tent will be in Union Square, where chefs, wine makers and distillers will offer an exploration of taste featuring local products. Classes and seminars will offer interactive opportunities for the public to participate with local farmers, ranchers, chefs, winemakers, distillers, media, luminaries, authors, vintners, mixologists and culinary experts in an entertaining forum. SF Chefs is produced by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association (GGRA). The GGRA is a non-profit trade association founded in 1936 to promote, extend and protect the interests of the broader restaurant industry, and to serve their members in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Loads of Love,