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Monday, March 15, 2010

Thursday Night: Meat and Coffee on SFMOMA's Rooftop

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Still haven't checked out SFMOMA's Rooftop Garden and Cafe? Thursday night's shindig with Meatpaper, Blue Bottle Coffee, and predicted warm weather just might be the perfect time. If you're into flesh, that is, for it is most decidedly on this menu of "coffee-inspired charcuterie and meat-inspired desserts."

We sampled some of Perbacco chef Staffan Terje's devilish meat desserts at a Meatpaper "Meat & Greet" last year, lapping up a chocolate pudding before we discovered it also had blood sausage in it. We're glad he'll be on the charcuterie (along with Bi-Rite's Morgan Maki and Bar Tartine's Chris Kronner) and Blue Bottle will handle the desserts this time, though we did steal an extra one of Terje's bacon marshmallows. Event details after the jump.

Event details:

Food and Thought with Meatpaper and Blue Bottle Coffee

Date: Thurs., March, 18, 6-8 p.m.

Location: Rooftop Garden and Cafe at SFMOMA, 151 Third St. (at Mission)

Cost: Free with half-price museum admission; $5 tasting plates

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