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CUESA's 10th Annual Sunday Supper Brings An All-Star Lineup of Chefs

Photos by Drew Altizer Photography | drewaltizer.com

One of the fall season's best foodie functions is coming Sunday, October 14th, prepared by a dizzying array of the Bay Area's very best culinary talent, including Ryan Farr (4505 Meats), David Bazirgan (Fifth Floor), Kory Stewart (Americano), Brandon Jew (Bar Agricole), Brett Emerson (Contigo), William Werner (Craftsman & Wolves), Craig Stoll (Delfina), Melissa Perello (Frances) Scott Youkilis (Hog & Rocks) and many, many more.

The chefs will be joined by top winemakers, talented mixologists, and the best sustainable farmers for one of the most unique events celebrating the Bay Area's bounty, all in support of CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture)'s program Schoolyard to Market—a youth development and entrepreneurship program that empowers and inspires students from three San Francisco public high schools.

Check out a full list of participating chefs below, and score your tickets here!

The 10th Annual Sunday Supper, Sunday, October 14th, at the Ferry Building.

PARTICIPATING CHEFS SCHEDULED:
Ryan Farr, 4505 Meats
David Bazirgan, Fifth Floor Restaurant
Kory Stewart, Americano Restaurant & Bar
Melissa Chou, Aziza
Brandon Jew, Bar Agricole
Chris Jones, Brix
Erik Lowe, BIX
Brett Emerson, Contigo
William Werner, Craftsman & Wolves
Craig Stoll, Delfina
Melissa Perello, Frances
Scott Youkilis, Hog & Rocks
Jake Godby, Humphry Slocombe
Tim Archuleta, ICHI Sushi
Lauren Kiino, Il Cane Rosso
Luis Villavelasquez, La Victoria Bakery
Anthony Strong, Locanda
Emmanuel Eng, Maverick
Dennis Lee, Namu Gaji
Laurence Jossel, Nopa
Brett Cooper, Outerlands
Marilyn Mitani, Paula LeDuc Fine Catering
Staffan Terje, Perbacco
Peter McNee, Poggio Trattoria
Chris L'Hommedieu, Prospect
Chucky Dugo, The Slanted Door
Mark Sullivan & John Madriaga, Spruce
Joshua Rogers, The Fairmont San Francisco Hotel
Dmitry Elperin, The Village Pub
Yigit Pura, Tout Sweet Patisserie