A scene from last year’s FallFest. (Photo courtesy of San Francisco magazine)
Fall for FallFest in San Francisco
If you’re mourning the end of summer, you’re sure to rejoice that it’s fall with FallFest, the outdoor foodie fest noon to 4 p.m. Oct. 10 at Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco.
Presented by San Francisco magazine, the event supports Meals on Wheels of San Francisco, which provides meals to home-bound seniors.
Enjoy live music, cooking demos, and tantalizing tastes from some of the Bay Area’s premier chefs, wineries and breweries.
Among those participating will be: 25 Lusk, Barbacco, Gaspar Brasserie, Cairdean Estates, and Blackbird Vineyards.
Tickets are $110 in advance; $125 at the door.
Get $10 off your ticket if you purchase before Oct. 2 and use the code: FOODGAL
Tacolicious Comes to Santana Row
San Francisco’s Tacolicious, which already has a venue in Palo Alto, is expanding even farther south with an outpost in Santana Row in San Jose.
It is expected to open sometime around February 2016 in the old Lavazza space.
If you missed your chance to check out last month’s demo at Macy’s Valley Fair in Santa Clara, now’s your chance to catch another.
I’m thrilled to be hosting a 6 p.m. cooking demo on July 11 with none other than Charlie Ayers, the first ever Google executive chef who now owns his own restaurant, Calafia Cafe in Palo Alto’s Town & Country Village.
The eco-conscious establishment offers plenty of healthful fare, including many vegetarian options.