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Friday, September 25, 2009

SF Food & Wine Fest: A New Sunday Tasting Series at The Cannery

Posted By on Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 3:05 PM

click to enlarge Tastings go down in Del Monte Square. - MARYDENISE6/FLICKR
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  • Tastings go down in Del Monte Square.
Down near Fisherman's Wharf, Del Monte Square at the Cannery (485 Jefferson at Hyde) is launching a new weekly food and wine pairing event organized around different themes. First up for the SF Food & Wine Fest? This Sunday from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., chocolate and vino fans (and who out there isn't?) can look forward to samples from a dozen boutique wineries, all included in the event's $15 advance ticket (tickets at the door cost $20). Wines are from the neighboring Winery Collective, which carries bottles from small makers across California, from Napa Valley to Santa Barbara. Hand-crafted chocolates from TCHO, Jade Chocolate, and Beligique Truffle Gateau round out the program. The outdoor location offers enough room and distractions for the wee ones, and kids' chocolate tastings of chocolates are a mere $5. Future SF Food & Wine Fest themes include BBQ and seafood.

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