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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Taste the Bay and Raise Money for Students

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TASTE OF THE BAY
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Taste of the Bay 2011

When: Oct. 26, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Where: Aboard the docked San Francisco Belle, Pier 3 (at Embarcadero)

Cost: $125, $150 at door. Tickets here.

The Rundown: City restaurants and SF State students will host a night of wining and dining for a good cause: raising funds for college scholarships and student programs. With the CSU budget squeezed tighter than ever, the Hospitality and Tourism Management Program students are fully committing themselves to the 15th Annual Taste of the Bay fundraiser -- from selecting the décor to donning aprons and passing out hors d'oeuvres. But these students know what they're doing alongside the professionals, many of them having completed the fine dining lab (yes, it's called that) at SF State's Vista Room restaurant.

The cocktail-styled event will feature bites from over 20 long-standing S.F. restaurants and pours from California wines; and with the backdrop of the bay, jazz music, and an auction -- some may very well forget they're at a school function.

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