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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Get Your Tickets for Dish, SF Weekly's Second Annual Graze-A-Thon

Posted By on Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 2:20 PM

click to enlarge A scene from last year's event. - T. PALMER
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  • A scene from last year's event.
Thursday: It's the new Sunday, and by Sunday we mean a day of partying tinged with a diminishing sense of guilt about texting in sick for work the next day.

Experience it tomorrow night at SF Weekly's second annual Dish at City View at Metreon (101 Fourth St. at Howard), a party that mixes food, wine, and charity giving in a way that makes it that much harder to feel guilt. Who's showing up to, um, dish out all-you-can-cram eats? Some 30 restaurants, including Charles Phan's Out the Door, Sam's Chowder House, Papalote, Tres Agaves, Urban Tavern, and Fish & Farm. There'll be all-you-can-taste wines too, from the likes of Rosenblum, B.R. Cohn, and Frey. Beer and cocktails, too. Read the full list here. Check out Tamara Palmer's pic-happy report on last year's party, held at Westfield San Francisco Centre.

It'll cost you $20 to get in (21 and over only), 6:30-9:30 p.m. And since Dish is a benefit for One World Children's Fund, it's a bit like getting a party thrown for you for being all selfless. Order tix here - and start thinking what you'll be doing Friday, after that early morning sick-texting to your boss.

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