It mixes two San Francisco favorites – music and food – as the Mission District hosts the first-ever Noisette event.
Held at Public Works (161 Erie Street) on Saturday, August 4 from 12:00-5:00 p.m., the event will be an “intimate culinary concert” featuring music acts,a dance party and some of the city’s best chefs.
Music acts include The Dodos, Pillowfight, Craft Spells, Taken By Trees, Nanosaur, Snacky Tunes and Chad Salty. The chef lineup: Adam Dulye (Monk’s Kettle and The Abbot’s Cellar), Jason Fox (Commonwealth), Dennis Lee (Namu Gaji), Ian Marks (The Beast and the Hare), Ryan Pollnow (flour + water), Mike Selvera (Bar Crudo), Arthur Wall (Garcon!), Blair Warsham (Graffeats), Katie Kwan & Valerie Luu (Rice Paper Scissors) and Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous.
Each chef is creating one special dish and the event is a celebration of the Bay Area’s major influence on indie music and food.
General admission tickets (Available onsite only) are $60, VIP $85 and those just wanting to enjoy the music (no food) $20. General admission tickets get guests eight tasting portions, ice cream by Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous and all the music you can handle.
A limited amount of tickets will be available at the door.