We’re going to go out on a limb here and guess that you have pretty good, if not great, taste (you found your way here after all). And we love you for that. It’s with you in mind that we present Eat Drink SF, San Francisco’s premier annual food, wine, and spirits festival that celebrates our incredible and diverse culinary landscape.
There’s a good chance you’ve been to other food and beverage festivals. Perhaps you were wooed by the promise of a beer garden or tempted by the whisper of: bourbon + bbq, beer+oysters, bacon + bacon…You probably have been to one of those right here in San Francisco. It makes sense, we are fortunate to be surrounded by a bounty of fresh seasonal produce, pasture-raised meats, sustainably caught fish, craft breweries, high-end distilleries, world renown wineries, diverse ethnic street food, and farmers markets galore. In no uncertain terms, it’s very much worth the hype. But then on arrival to said extravaganza, you endured a mob scene and waited in crazy long lines (for bacon, drink tickets, the beer garden…wait, what is this line for?!) We appreciate a beer garden as much as the next person but no one wants to feel like just another sheep in the herd.
If you’ve been to Eat Drink SF, you know we do things differently. We’ve created a festival that gives you room to wander, lines are minimal because of how much there is to taste, drink, learn, see, and do. We bring together renown tastemakers to share with you the very best in food and drink alongside curated experiences and programming to keep you engaged and entertained. No other food festival puts as many wonderful things under one roof and still gives you room to breathe. So we invite you to join us and take it all in. Feast with all of your senses, we created this with your great taste in mind.
Proceeds from Eat Drink SF support two local Bay Area food-related charities: the Center for Education About Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA) and the Golden Gate Restaurant Association’s own Scholarship Foundation.
Please join us in our goal of achieving a zero waste event creating no landfill. Through our partnership with San Francisco Conservation Corp, all paper products will be recycled, all disposable silverware and glassware is made from corn resin and will be composted after use. We encourage you to arrive to festival events via public transportation, carpool, walking and/or bicycle.