Goat Fest, David Chang Visits the Bay Area & More

Nubian goat kids at Redwood Hill Farm. (Photo courtesy of the farm)

4th Annual Goat Fest

OK, just look at those faces above. How adorable are they?

For a closer look, head to the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market for the 4th annual Goat Fest, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 21.

Redwood Hill Farm of Sebastopol will be bringing some of their “kids” for you to meet.

Enjoy samples of goat’s milk lotions, soaps and face creams, as well as cheeses, yogurts, caramels, fudge, chocolates and ice creams.

There also will be cooking demos and chances to meet representatives from Cypress Grove Chevre, Laloo’s Goat Milk Ice Cream and other goat’s milk product producers.

For more goat fun, you’ll be glad to know that Redwood Hill Farm will be offering tours of its farm on May 12, May 13, June 9 and June 10. Cheese, yogurt and kefir will be for sale, so don’t forget to pack a cooler. You can even milk a goat while you’re there.

The one and only David Chang. (Photo courtesy of the chef)

Chef David Chang Comes to San Francisco in July

The always opinionated and colorful New York Chef David Chang will be the star attraction of an event, 8 p.m. July 17 at Herbst Theatre in San Francisco.

The executive chef and owner of the Momofuku restaurant group and publisher of the Lucky Peach” journal, Chang will be in conversation with Adam Savage, co-host of the Discovery Channel’s “Mythbusters” show.

Tickets range from $22 to $27 each.

Chef Gordon Drysdale. (Photo by Matthew Millman)

New Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley

Chef Gordon Drysdale, late of the Bacchus Management Group (think Pizza Antica, Mayfield Bakery & Cafe, Cafe des Amis and more), has resurfaced at an exciting new venture: Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley.

It features, brunch, breakfast, lunch, dinner, catering and live music all under one roof.

The live-music venue features soft-service, meaning you order at the counter, then take a seat to wait for a server to bring the food to you.

At brunch, look for lemon and fresh ricotta Dutch boy with strawberries and creme fraiche; and spicy duck hash with poached eggs.

The all-day dining menu features such delights as Vietnamese fresh rolls with sweet and sour dipping sauce, crispy chicken sliders with gingery cabbage slaw, and Cap ‘n’ Crunch ice cream sandwiches.

On non-show days, the cafe stays open until 10 p.m. On show days, the hall and cafe are cleared to prepare for ticket entry 30 minutes before the doors are reopened in the evening. For a list of performances, click here.

More: My Q&A with David Chang

And: Eating My Way Through the Momofuku Restaurants

And: Momofuku’s Jarred Sauces

And: Momofuku Milk Bar’s Cookie Mixes

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