Ryan Farr, Dominique Crenn and More Added to the SF Chefs Dinner Party Project
SF Chefs 2012's first ever Dinner Party Project series is in full swing! Some of the city’s best chefs are coming together for one night only to create exclusive, private dinner parties for diners.
Two exciting new dinners have been added to the lineup, so reserve your seats now! The first is Commonwealth’s Jason Fox and Dominique Crenn, who will join forces on July 8th at Atelier Crenn for a meeting of the minds. They share a philosophy of innovation and are known for utilizing molecular techniques and distinctive plating. Their playful and poetic multi-course menu will be quite a feast for all the senses.
The second is a “Street Feast” collaboration between 4505 Meats’ Ryan Farr, Betelnut Chef Alex Ong and Chef Telmo Faria hosted on July 19th at the Mission location of Tacolicious. All three chefs got to know each other over the years through CUESA and the Thursday markets at the Ferry Building. The trio are coming together to prepare a street food feast, roasting a whole pig and serving platters of Mexican and Asian inspired dishes – family style. Farr will also be butchering a whole pig that will be auctioned off to benefit CUESA.
Click here for tickets as they are selling out– and check out the full lineup below!
TWO CHEFS, ONE BEAST
June 28 | One Market
Mark Dommen, One Market
Staffan Terje, Perbacco Ristorante + Bar
COMMONWEALTH & CRENN
July 8 | Atelier Crenn
Dominique Crenn, Atelier Crenn
Jason Fox, Commonwealth
MODERN AMERICAN PICNIC
July 9 | Baker & Banker
Lori Baker and Jeff Banker, Baker & Banker
Nick Balla and Cortney Burns, Bar Tartine
FAMILY NIGHT: GOING BASQUE
July 16 | Grand Cafe
Jen Biesty, Scala’s Bistro
Alicia Jenish, Grand Café
July 19 | Tacolicious
Antelmo Faria, Tacolicious
Ryan Farr, 4505 Meats
Alex Ong, Betelnut
All prices inclusive of beverage pairings and gratuity. Guests will begin their meal with a handcrafted Campari aperitif, especially created by the chefs.
Visa Signature cardholders receive special discounts. Must be 21 or over to attend. Advanced ticket purchase required. The series will benefit the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture. Presented by 7x7, Campari and KCBS.