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Friday, March 30, 2012

Dishcrawl Presents A Sumptious Saunter Through Bayview

Posted By on Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 9:30 AM

An item you just might eat on this Bayview Dishcrawl
  • An item you just might eat on this Bayview Dishcrawl

What: A secretive stumble through the culinary delights of Bayview put on by purveyors of fine food walks, Dishcrawl SF.

Where: A bevy of eateries in the Bayview neighborhood.

When: Tuesday, April 24th, 6:30pm

Cost: 29 dollars for eats at four restaurants and an introductory cocktail hour hosted by 5800 Third.

The Rundown: Even two years ago,the  restaurant savvy steered clear of the Bayview. Today, though,  this sprawling patch of San Francisco is home to many undiscovered culinary gems. Dishcrawl is hoping to expand S.F.'s minds, and tum-tums, by hosting a gastronomic meander through the still slightly tough streets of Bayview. Participants will stumble between four different restaurants, sampling each's signature dish, with the added bonus of meet-and-greets with owners and chefs alike. Exact specifics are being kept under wraps for now, but keep an eye on Dishcrawl's Twitter feed (@DishcrawlSF) for  hints. For those curious about the event but worried about diet restrictions, make sure to shoot an email to the Dishcrawl crew and let them know your concerns.

                                                   Noah Sanders tweets at @sandersnoah.
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