Restaurant Specials and Food From the Heart

Enjoy stuffed squash for half price, if you eat late and in a big party. (Photo courtesy of John Benson)

If you’re a night owl, gather your nocturnal friends for a dining deal at Zare at Fly Trap restaurant in San Francisco.

Its new “Ten After Ten” promotion lets parties of 10 or more who make a dinner reservation for 10 p.m. or later get 50 percent off the cost of food. It’s good Monday through Saturday. Just mention what special occasion you’re celebrating — birthday, anniversary, bachelorette party or something else — when you book.

Meatballs with harissa at Zare at Fly Trap. (Photo courtesy of the National Honey Board)

If you prefer eating earlier, Chez Papa Resto in San Francisco has introduced a monthly changing themed four-course prix fixe dinner menu (with amuse bouche) nightly for $50. Wine pairing is available for an additional $35.

February is all about celebrating citrus. Enjoy Maine lobster salad with Meyer lemon and black truffle emulsion; shaved celery, fennel tuile and ice wine gastrique; compressed baby beets with pomelo, Oro Blanco, ricotta salata, ras al hanout and toasted pine nuts; Liberty Farms duck confit with celery root, clementines and Grand Marnier; and orange blossom panna cotta with buddha hand confit and Cara Cara oranges.

Experience a cornucopia of tastes, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Feb. 13, at the sixth annual “Food From the Heart” event at the Ferry Building Marketplace in San Francisco. The event is a benefit for Slow Food San Francisco.

Food vendors from the marketplace will offer small bites for noshing ($2 to $4 per taste), and members of the Napa Valley Vintners will be pouring special wines.

And for a real fun time, let Pastry Chef Carlos Sanchez of Parcel 104 in Santa Clara tantalize your palate when he tackles the savory side of cooking. Sanchez is hosting his once-a-year, six-course savory sensation dinner, 6 p.m. March 7.

 If you’re already a fan of Sanchez’s dainty, irresistible sweets, and if you’ve ever experienced his imaginative sweet-savory desserts at the restaurant’s annual cheese dinner or mushroom and pinot celebration, you know you’re in for a treat. Price is $65 per person.

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Date: Thursday, 5. February 2009 5:51
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4 comments

  1. 1

    I’d delighted to go to Parcel 104 for dinner and experiment the sweet-savory creations specially for V Day! A lot of restaurants to enjoy Carolyn!

    All the best!
    Gera

  2. 2

    Wow so many new restaurants since I moved away. I’ve been gone too long…

  3. 3

    Sounds like you two need to plan a trip to Northern California! ;)

  4. 4

    It appears that the economy has not stopped SF restaurants from emerging. Ever since traveling to France, I miss great French food.

    Keep writing!

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