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Friday, September 30, 2011

This Sunday, Eat Yourself Senseless at SF Weekly's DISH 2011

Posted By on Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 4:33 PM


Two floors, dishes from ​40 restaurants, wine and cocktails aplenty: This Sunday afternoon, Oct. 2, SF Weekly and SFoodie are throwing DISH, our annual pageant celebrating San Francisco's food scene. 

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Many of the participating restaurants have been selected by SF Weekly restaurant critic Jonathan Kauffman: Chabaa, the Sunset restaurant with a special Northeastern Thai menu, and Chinatown's much-loved Bund Shanghai; local barbecue masters Good Foods Catering and Slow Hand BBQ; high-creativity bistros La Mar Cebicheria and Anchor & Hope; and sweets from Goody Goodie, Knead Patisserie, and Mission Minis. (For a full list of restaurants, visit the DISH 2011 website.)

DISH this year will be held in the galleria of the SF Design Center at the base of Potrero Hill, and part of the proceeds will benefit La Cocina, San Francisco's innovative incubator program for food entrepreneurs.

General admission tickets, now on sale through EventBrite, cost $40, while VIP tickets granting you special access to special food, drinks, and take-home treats, cost $75. Type "sfoodie" into the discount code line, and you save $10 per ticket.

DISH 2011
When: Sunday, Oct. 2, 1 to 4 p.m.

Where: San Francisco Design Center, 2 Henry Adams St. (at Townsend)

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