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Monday, August 25, 2008

This Week: Slow Dinners Creep Into The Bay Area

Posted By on Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 12:43 PM

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As most foodies in town already know, Slow Food Nation is plopping its giant, sustainable, locally-sourced, green ass on the Bay Area starting this week with enough food, events, and good old fashioned hype to choke a free-range, grass-fed cow. Among the festivities are a ton of Slow Dinners, where local restaurants team up with non-profits for special mash-up meals. Here are two to watch:

Delfina Restaurant and La Cocina Community Kitchen's "Cucina-Cocina" dinner, happening this Thursday, Aug. 28 at Delfina (3621 18th) in the Mission. The dinner will showcase a special alla carte menu chock full of Delfina's Italian dishes alongside a selection of La Cocina's Latin food specialties. Reservations are required. Call Delfina at 415-552-4055.

Nopa (560 Divisadero at Hayes) and the Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) are putting together a dinner of seasonally-inspired urban rustic fare meant to highlight Nopa's local sourcing practices and CAFF's Buy Fresh Buy Local campaign, which helps sustainable, family-owned farms keep doing what they do best. So snag a few seats by calling 415-864-8643 and do what you do best: eat, eat, eat. It's happening this Friday, Aug. 29.

-- Brian Bernbaum

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