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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

CUESA's Sunday Supper Goes Whole Beast

Posted By on Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 11:06 AM

click to enlarge Crostini at last year's Sunday Supper. - CUESA/FLICKR
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  • Crostini at last year's Sunday Supper.
The list of participating chefs and restaurants for this weekend's Sunday Supper benefit for CUESA looks tasty. El Porteno, Gialina, Fatted Calf, Il Cane Rosso, Barbacco, Serpentine, A16, Betelnut, and Greens are just a nibble preview; full restaurant and chef list is at CUESA's event website. Sunday Supper is CUESA's big annual ― the nonprofit puts on the Ferry Plaza farmers' markets and related educational programming.

This year's event picks up on the Whole Beast trend ("feathered, finned, or hoofed"), with tableside carving a feature of the meat course. Tickets are available for $75 for the reception that starts at 5:30, or $200 for the reception and supper. There will be a drawing for the Year of Dining Out raffle, as well as an auction, and talk from rice farmer Greg Massa of Massa Organics.

CUESA Sunday Supper

When: Sun., Oct. 3, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Where: San Francisco Ferry Building, 1 Ferry Building (at Embarcadero)

Cost: $75/$200; 21 and over only

Tickets available online via Eventbrite

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