I just got back to town in time to order my Summertini Tickets and they are selling like…hmmm…free infused martinis? This is one of the Bay Area’s best events.
Sooper creative drinks, a great auction (I’m bidding on the Michael Bauer dinner so WATCH OUT!), delish food from some of my fave restos, tons of excitement and ALL FOR A GREAT CAUSE!
(Ok….I suppose I should disclose that I’m one of the founders of this superb (if I do say so myself:) culinary vocational program. CHEFS is a program of Episcopal Community Services that provides culinary vocational training to prepare homeless and formerly homeless adults for employment in food service.
So better hurry and order your tickets if you want to join us in a toast to a special cause. Sip cocktails, sample food from top Bay Area restaurants and participate in live and silent auctions.
Stunning Silent and Live Auctions Hosted by Bob Sarlatte and George Noceti
Featuring: A week in Provence, a week in New Orleans,
a week in a Tahoe City lake-view home for 20, fine wines,
original artwork, a restaurant “review” dinner with
renowned food critic Michael Bauer, a glamorous weekend
with brunch for two at the Ritz-Carlton and more!
Savor Farmers’ Market Summer hors d’oeuvres created by:
Sharon Nahm | E&O Trading Company
Rob Zaborny | Hayes Street Bar & Grill
Derrek Johnson | House of Chicken and Waffles
Francisco Hau | Joe’s of Lafayette
Bob Helstrom | Kuleto’s
John Ledbetter | Lark Creek Steak
Sascha Weiss | Lettus Organic CafÃ©
Maxx Sherman | Marin French Cheese/ Rouge et Noir
Eric Tucker | Millenium
Todd Spanier | King of Mushrooms
Tim Luym | Poleng Lounge
Derek Edwards | Roots
Bill Taylor | CHEFS students and staff
Sukhi | Sukhi Indian Cuisine
Nancy Kux | Bakers Dozen
Rick Corbo | Ducca
Scott Sasaki | GaribaldisEvent date: Friday, June 13 (6 p.m.)
Friday, June 13, 2008
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
701 Mission Street, San Francisco