A Three-Day Memorial Day Weekend heralding the start of summer, Baker Beach, a Hawaiian Luau, Namu Gaji and a benefit to build schools and community center. Your Memorial Monday has just been spoken for.
Foodie darlings Namu Gaji are hosting a Hawaiian Luau replete with a whole Llano Seco pig. Also included on the menu is Lomi-lomi Salmon, Poke, Fresh Poi (made by Dennis Lee using fresh taro root), Haupia Pudding and more. Note: the event is BYOB.
The event benefits SF based non-profit Surf For Life’s school building projects in El Salvador and Costa Rica, which is currently building a high school in El Cuco, El Salvador & Puerto Viejo.
I have to add that every time I think of a Luau, I now imagine that scene from “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”. You know what I’m talking about; it’s arguably the best scene in the whole movie.
Monday, 5/28, 12-4pm
$50/person (kids under 7 are free)
Note: At Baker Beach, drive/walk down the entrance towards the beach, turn right at the Y to the far parking lot, facing the GG Bridg.They will be taking up a few picnic benches to the right of the parking lot near the tall trees opposite of the beach.