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Thursday, April 29, 2010

You'll Have to Act Fast to Get In on Hot CUESA Action in May

Posted By on Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 3:21 PM

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CUESA has an awfully lively schedule of events planned for next month, some of which have already sold out; others are well on their way towards reaching capacity. As of this posting, there are just three tickets left for the Fatted Calf Extravaganza on May 16, a field trip to Fatted Calf and Hudson Farm in Napa, and eight spots for a cherry preserving class at Macy's with Frog Hollow Farm on May 22.

One event that still appears to have space (for now) is the annual Farmers Market Cocktail Night on May 19. Admission buys two full cocktails, tastes of 10 others, and apps. Drinks will be created by bartenders from 15 Romolo, Bourbon & Branch, Cantina, Gitane, Hotsy Totsy Club, Rose Pistola, Sauce, Blackbird, and Wexler's, while the bites will come from Absinthe, Il Cane Rosso, the Plant Cafe, and chefs Chad Newton and Robbie Lewis. With that lineup, and with the obvious pre-planning prowess of CUESA's sizable groupie population, we wouldn't advise you to dawdle. Details after the jump.

Event details:

Spring in Full Swing: Farmers Market Cocktail Night

Date: Weds., May 19, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Location: CUESA Kitchen at Ferry Building, 1Ferry Plaza (at Embarcadero)

Cost: $30

Tickets: Available via Eventbrite

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