Free Tickets to Beta Tasting, Humphry Slocombe Now Available at Slider Bar, and More

Try the frozen Fosters waffle from Waffle Amore at the upcoming Beta Tasting. (Photo courtesy of Waffle Amore)

Try the frozen Fosters waffle from Waffle Amore at the upcoming Beta Tasting. (Photo courtesy of Waffle Amore)

Come Hungry to Beta Tasting in the South Bay

Dishcrawl, the creator of tantalizing foodie meet-ups around the Bay Area and beyond, is introducing a fun new event on May 2.

At “Beta Tasting,” folks will get a chance to vote on their favorite eats from 20 experimental dishes created by more than 10 food trucks from the Bay Area. The event will take place at a secret location in the South Bay that will be disclosed closer to the May 2 date.

Some of the new dishes to be unveiled include: ice cream taco by Treatbot, frozen Fosters waffle from Waffle Amore, lemongrass slider from Yummi BBQ, and veggie musubi from Rice Rockit.

Tickets to the event are $2 per person. Dishes will be priced from $3 to $5.

Lemongrass slider from Yummi BBQ. (Photo courtesy of Yummi BBQ)

Lemongrass slider from Yummi BBQ. (Photo courtesy of Yummi BBQl)

Proceeds will benefit the Bay Area Mobile Food Vendors Association, a non-profit organization that helps support food trucks.

 GIVEAWAY: Dishcrawl is generously giving away free tickets to any Food Gal readers who would like to attend the event. Just use coupon code: foodgalfriends.

Get Ready for Blind-Tasting Bingo

Yes, that would be playing bingo while blind-folded. How much goofy fun is that?

The San Francisco Cooking School and Edible San Francisco invite you to an evening of just that at 7 p.m. May 1.

Chef Anthony Strong of Locanda restaurant in San Francisco will  present a series of mystery bites that you’ll taste while blind-folded, then try to identify them on a bingo board that is full of both correct and incorrect answers.

The menu for the event will be gluten-free, nut-free, and contain meat and alcohol. The event is open only to those 21 years and older.

Tickets are $50 per person. Proceeds will benefit the Bay Area Women’s and Children’s Coalition.

Humphry Slocombe Ice Cream Now at Slider Bar

Slider Bar, which got its start in Palo Alto and now has a second location in San Francisco, is now featuring Humphry Slocombe ice cream.

The fast-casual, mini-burger, mini-chain is featuring the irreverently-named, artisan ice cream in affogato with Blue Bottle Vietnamese ice cream, a “Secret Breakfast” milkshake or Coke float, a root beer float with Irish whiskey ice cream, and unadorned scoops of the famed ice cream that’s made in San Francisco.

For a limited time, “like” Slider Bar’s Facebook page, and present proof at Slider Bar to receive two free scoops of Humphry Slocombe.

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3 comments

  1. 1

    I can’t get my eyes off the banana fosters. So yum :)

  2. 2

    You are so fortunate to have food trucks! They are banned in this county. Such fun to read about them though.

  3. 3

    Food trucks are really growing in popularity here in Nashville. That waffle just looks down right awesome!

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