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Thursday, September 16, 2010

SF Weekly's DISH Comes to the Metreon Sept. 30

Posted By on Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 3:28 PM

More restaurants than a food court. More wine than a no-host bar at a celebrity wedding. That's right, year three of DISH, SF Weekly's annual dining event, is coming to the Metreon two weeks from today. And for the next week, SFoodie readers can get $10-$20 off the ticket price.

DISH takes over the entire fourth floor of the building, where more than 30 restaurants and sweets makers ― including Hard Knox Cafe, Farina, Lark Creek Steak, Oola, and Sandbox Bakery ― will offer tastes of their food. In addition, 10 local wineries will be pouring, and beer and spirits will be on hand as well.

A general-admission ticket, available online, will get you full access to the food fest. VIP ticket holders will get into special food and wine tastings and receive a take-home gift bag. Part of the proceeds from DISH go to Streetsmart 4 Kids, a nonprofit that channels money raised by restaurants to local programs serving homeless youth.

Participating Restaurants (partial list):
Cheese Plus


Cosmopolitan Cafe

EAT Restaurant


Gold Mirror

Hard Knox Cafe

Lark Creek Steak

Live Sushi


New Delhi


Pacific Catch

Papalote Mexican Grill

Piazza Market

Pica Pica Maize Kitchen

Queens Louisiana Cafe

Restaurant Ducroix

Urban Tavern


Bridge Brands Chocolates

Mission Minis

Sandbox Bakery

Sugar Cafe


To receive a $10 off the presale general admission price ― in other words, $30 ― buy your tickets online and type SFOODIE into the "Discount Code" line. If you're purchasing VIP admission, use the discount code SFOODIEVIP and receive $20 off.

Keep in mind: Last year's event sold out.

DISH details
When: Thurs., Sept. 30, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Where: Fourth floor of the Metreon, 101 Fourth St. (at Mission), 369-6000.
Cost: $40 presale, $50 at the door; VIP $80

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