In this work hard, work-harder culture of San Francisco, it’s nice to be able to enjoy some well-deserved play once in a while (or more often than that!). In addition to being surrounded by tech, tech and more tech in this neck of the woods, we are blessed to have the vastness of California farms and vineyards providing us with a high-quality level of local food and wine to satiate our appetites and days year round. Non-stop restaurant visits, trips to the farmers’ market, and informative classes and lectures centered around a culinary aspect are always available here in the Bay Area.
Offering a year-round extension of San Francisco proper’s biggest food and wine event of the year: Eat Drink SF is a new Eat Drink SF 365 club that will host fun and flavorful events throughout the year. With this membership, you’ll also gain invites and discounts to festivities including exclusive Wine Spectator magazine wine class(es), CUESA’s Cocktails of the Farmers Markets , Summer Celebration plus a whole lot more.
If you want to be a part of the local food community and meet other like-minded diners and imbibers, this club may be for you. I’m not only a member, but happy to be on the advisory board as well.
And best of all, proceeds from Eat Drink SF support two local Bay Area food-related charities: the Center for Education About Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA) and the Golden Gate Restaurant Association’s own Scholarship Foundation.
Learn more and sign up for club Eat Drink SF 365 HERE