Everyone is Talking About Toast of the Town:: San Francisco

Because the third time is the charm, (and this is their third year of “Toasting” although I don’t know how they’ll top last year’s event-what a blast!) the food and wine is superb, and it’s to support a very important cause which is really hurting this year, the San Francisco Food Bank. PLUS, to make it even more enticing, check out the early bird savings if you sign up ASAP! C U there.

What: A music, wine and restaurant extravaganza! While listening to the sounds of live jazz, taste 500 premium wines and spirits from over 70 domestic and international producers and savor the culinary creations from over 30 top Bay Area restaurants- from Ana Mandura to Zinnia, all in the glamorous setting of the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Location: War Memorial Opera House
301 Van Ness Avenue at Grove Street, San Francisco

San Francisco Food Bank

Presented by:
Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Sponsors: The Wall Street Journal, MasterCard

Tickets: VIP Tasting $185 (*Early Bird $150)—5:00 pm
Grand Tasting $95 (*Early Bird $75)—7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
*Early Bird rates apply to tickets purchased by March 9, 2009

Purchase Space is limited, reserve in advance,
Tickets: email or 800-847-5949

Participating restaurants include: Ana Mandara, Asia de Cuba, Aurea, Bistro Boudin, Café Gibraltar, Campton Place, Cheese Plus, Chez Papa Resto, Cindy’s Backstreet Kitchen, Cliff House, Castagnola’s, Daffodil, Epic Roasthouse, étoile at Domaine Chandon, First Crush, Go Fish, Home of Chicken and Waffles, Jeanty at Jack’s, Joe DiMaggio’s Italian Chophouse, Masa’s, Millennium Restaurant, Mustards Grill, Pica Pica Maize Kitchen, Postrio, Rivoli Restaurant, Rose Pistola, Shanghai 1930, Shokolaat, The Girl and the Fig, The Slanted Door, Trattoria Corso and Zinnia.

Posted by Janice Nieder on March 09, 2009 in Travel

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