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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Foodia is Chocolate: A Bonanza for Lovers of the Good Stuff

Posted By on Thu, May 26, 2011 at 9:09 AM

click to enlarge All this TCHO Chocolate Can Be Yours. For Free.
  • All this TCHO Chocolate Can Be Yours. For Free.

Foodia is Chocolate

Where: Press Club Wine bar and Lounge

When: Friday, May 27, 6-9 p.m.

Cost: Free

The rundown: If getting cracked out on candy and drawing on the sidewalk isn't your speed, perhaps you'd enjoy a classier affair? We've got word on a tasting event featuring some of the country's top chocolate artisan producers: Madecasse, Mindo Chocolate Makers, Olive & Sinclair, TCHO Chocolates, Theo Chocolate, Vice Chocolates, and Xocolatl de David. The soiree marks the debut of Foodia, a San Francisco-based social media start-up that aims to help users sort through the clutter of food information. Sounds good. In even more exciting news, it looks like Foodia will host more gratis grub events in the future. To free food-ia!

This event is open to the public, but make sure to RSVP via Facebook for better planning purposes. Oh, and the first 100 attendees also get a wine pairing taste of Fritz Late Harvest Zinfandel. Delightful!

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