The sf|noir Wine & Food Festival returns for Black History Month. February 26—28, 2016.
The sf|noir Wine & Food Festival, a unique culinary festival celebrating the best in Black and Southern-inspired cuisine from eminent Bay Area chefs returns for Black History Month, February 26-28, 2016!
The weekend series of events features wonderful culinary explorations by premiere Bay Area chefs paired alongside a diverse variety of wines, including award-winning wines from African American vintners! Events include In The Kitchen with Chef Michele Wilson of the forthcoming Gussie's Southern Table & Bar; Market to Table Seasonal Cooking with Chef Jay Foster of Farmer Brown and Chef Nelson German of alaMar; Wine Tasting Forum with celebrated Sommelier Anani Lawson of The French Laundry and Per Se fame; The Oakland Jazz Brunch at The Cook and Her Farmer with the venerable Art Lewis Trio and more, including a pre-festival cooking demonstration at CUESA (the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) on Saturday, February 13th with Chef Nigel Jones of Oakland's popular Kingston 11 Jamaican restaurant. Click below to learn more about the events...
@Bloomingdale's, San Francisco
@CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture), Ferry Paza-Embarcadero, San Francisco
@18 Reasons, San Francisco
@The Cook and Her Farmer, Oakland