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Friday, September 2, 2011

Music and Food Pairings Get Serious at graffEats and Noise Pop's "Covers" Dinner

Posted By on Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 9:32 AM

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Covers

Where: It's a secret!

When: Sept. 7 and 8, 7:30 p.m.

Cost: $85, $110 for optional wine pairings and open bar

Maybe it's just us, but music and food pairings seem to be all the rage these days. (Props to the Bay Citizen for pointing this out.)

Now, graffEats and Noise Pop are making the burgeoning relationship official with a clever Covers event next week -- Chef Blair Warsham will "cover" six famous gourmet dishes by other chefs, and Noise Pop will pair all of them with thematically appropriate songs that cover tunes by French songwriter Serge Gainsbourg.

The event was originally scheduled for Sept. 8, but organizers added a Sept. 7 date when the first sold out.

Hit the jump for the menu and details on how to snag tickets.

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The menu doesn't specify which songs will pair with which dishes, so you'll have to buy a ticket to find out. The secret location in SOMA is still a secret, but all other details are available on Noise Pop's website. You can buy tickets here.

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