The Asian Art Museum is hosting their first Pan-Asian and Asian American food festival at the museum, expanding on the nighttime museum experience except, this time, the galleries won’t be open and the focus will be on the culinary arts. The Hawker Centre Festival, coming our way on July 19th, features a dozen chefs from around the Bay Area coming together to create a “Night Market” with all you can eat food options, cocktail menu, and live music curated by local chef Tu David Phu.

 

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Phu, known for his inventive pop-ups and Chef’s Hawker Centre events, curated a lineup of local standouts chefs and mixologists; among them are Kevin Diedrich of Pacific Cocktail Haven, chef  Francis Ang of Pinoy Heritage, Reem Assil of Reem’s and Dyafa, Richgail Enriquez of Astig Vegan, Hanif Sadr of Komaaj and Nite Yun of Nyum Bai, as well as Deuki Hong, who leads Sunday at the Museum, the cafe located inside the Asian Art Museum.

The food-centric lineup will be accompanied by music by guest DJs Anne-Mary Pham and Jonathan Reyes. Plus tickets include unlimited access to food booths and two drink tokens. Feeling like a VIP? The pricier ticket will get you early entrance and a special appetizer crafted by Phu himself, plus access to the obligatory VIP lounge.

Chef’s Hawker Centre Festival at the Asian Art Museum
July 19th, 7-10 pm
200 Larkin Street, San Francisco

Tickets are $65 for members, $85 general admission, or VIP $125

 

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