Eat Drink SF 2016 - Food for Days

So what is Eat Drink SF?

A crazy fun weekend celebrating signature tastings and offerings from 160+ restaurants, and 70+ bars, breweries, and wineries. Unsure whether to try that one restaurant you've heard so much about? Want to talk to head brewers and vintners about their most recent drinks and bubbles? Here's the total-access pass to do it all.

About the Event

Eat Drink SF, (aka SF Chefs), was founded by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association in 2009 to celebrate the Bay Area’s world-class restaurant community. Each year, restaurants participate in Eat Drink SF’s events that include Taco Knockdown and its signature Grand Tasting sessions. With more than 8,500 attendees, Eat Drink SF provides an opportunity for top area chefs to connect directly with enthusiastic food lovers. Guests enjoy bites and beverages from bars, distilleries, breweries, and wineries. EDSF 2016 takes place August 25 – 28 at Festival Pavilion in Fort Mason Center (San Francisco). 

Why I'm Excited...

Some events I'm getting psyched for included:

  • Friday - Beer Pairing Demo by Chef Anthony Strong of Locanda Presented by Stella Artois 
  • Saturday - Culinary Demo with Andrew Le of The Pig & the Lady Presented by Hawaiian Airlines
  • Sunday - History of the Tiki Drink by Martin Cate of Smuggler's Cove 
  • Sunday - Culinary Demo with Thomas McNaughton of flour + water and Ryan Pollnow of Aaxte Presented by All-Clad
The "Bay Bar", a new addition to all Grand Tastings featuring a rotating lineup of SF's beloved cocktails and beers.


For a full list of participating restaurants, visit each of the event pages at VIP and General Admission tickets for the Grand Tastings are available for purchase. General Admission tickets are $119 and VIP tickets are $199 - $209. A limited number of tickets for Taco Knockdown presented by Milagro Tequila are still available for $85.

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Justin Tung

San Francisco, CA,

Justin Tung is a San Francisco resident, amateur homebrewer, and big beer lover. Often traveling for work grew a natural habit - an obsession - with exploring new regions and beers. The best way to understand a locality? Hang with a local and buy them a beer, hear their stories and the rest is history. This is the golden age of beer revolution and innovation. Fortune rewards the brave.