Photo Credit: Dustin Downing

San Francisco’s Taste of the Nation

The Regency Ballroom
1290 Sutter St
San Francisco, CA 94109
United States

Event Description:

One in six children in America lives with hunger, including more than 1 in 5 kids in California. San Francisco’s Taste of the Nation features SF’s top chefs, mixologists and sommeliers from restaurants including The Commissary, Horsefeather, KAIYŌ, Roka Akor and more, coming together for an evening to raise the critical funds needed to end childhood hunger in California and across the U.S. It all takes place at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco on Thursday, March 28th from 6:30PM-9PM.

One-hundred-percent of proceeds support the No Kid Hungry campaign’s work to end childhood hunger in America. This year’s chef chairs are Chef Melissa Perello of Frances and Octavia and Chef Josh Even of Tofino Wines.

Here are 5 sneak peeks for this year’s upcoming San Francisco’s Taste of the Nation on March 28th:

  1. BEDAZZLE YOUR MACAROONS: A macaron station from Food La La will be available for attendees to decorate their own macarons and have them packaged for a sweet takeaway.
  2. UNRELEASED FLAVORS FROM THE FLAVOR VAULT: Small-batch, handmade ice-cream retailer Salt & Straw will be unearthing the most special creations for their upcoming April menu.
  3. TASTE OF SPRING: Many chefs from restaurants all over the Bay Area will be showcasing the bounty of vegetables that Spring brings.
    • "Credo will be featuring a spring appetizer, with first of the season white & green asparagus, sauce gribiche and fines herbs. Our delicious white asparagus are imported from France and our local green asparagus are from Zuckerman Farms in Stockton,” says Chef Larry Finn of Credo
  4. EVERYDAY I’M TRUFFLIN: Calling all truffle lovers, this year’s event is looking like a truffle extravaganza. You’ll get to taste truffle cauliflower, truffle ceviche, truffle tartare, and more!
  5. THE WINE CELLAR & GIVING TREE: Attendees will have the opportunity to win bottles of wine, restaurant gift cards and other unique prizes.
    • “We’re proud to be a part of this magical event again this year to help raise money for this extraordinary cause,” says Don Davis, Director, Sales & Marketing, MacRostie Winery. “All of the wines we're pouring are medium in body, with great intensity of flavor, and an underlying beam of acidity to keep the palate refreshed and ready for another sip…and bite!”

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