Next week, San Francisco Museum and Historical Society
turns its venerable monocle towards food, exploring how a combination of "coffee, seafood, produce, and place" created the foundation for San Francisco culinary culture. Esteemed edible storytellers will be Let's Be Frank's Larry Bain, Eat Real Fest's Susan Coss, and food photographer/historian Robert Dawson, a panel sure to produce a fascinating cross-section of ideas about how we ate our way here.
SFHMS will also host a Java Walk in conjunction with this program later in the week. More details soon, but prepare to be seriously caffeinated.
A Foodie's Mecca: Mapping San Francisco's Culinary Evolution
Date: Tues., April 13, 7 p.m.
Location: Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, 3200 California (at Presidio)
Cost: $5 (free for SFMHS members)