Presented by the San Francisco Chronicle and the Golden Gate Restaurant Association
San Francisco is home to many excellent chefs but we’re especially proud of all the amazing female talent present in the City by the Bay. This extraordinary evening will feature some of the city’s most acclaimed female chefs cooking together to create one unforgettable dinner. Hosted by Chef Nancy Oakes at Prospect, the seven-course dinner will be paired with wines hand-selected by some of the Bay Areas most skilled female sommeliers, led by A16 and SPQR’s Shelley Lindgren. To make it a true trifecta, many of the wines will come from female winemakers as well. Dinner will be followed by a delectable dessert buffet prepared by some of San Francisco’s top pastry chefs. 40% from the sale of each ticket will be donated to The Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund, a non-profit organization.
Host Chef: Nancy Oakes - Boulevard and Prospect
Host Chef: Pam Mazzola - Prospect
April Bloomfield - Tosca
Dominique Crenn - Atelier Crenn
Loretta Keller - COCO500 and SEAGLASS
Gayle Pirie - Foreign Cinema
Melissa Perello - Frances
Jennifer Puccio - Marlowe, Park Tavern, and The Cavalier
Sarah Rich - Rich Table
Dana Younkin - Boulevard
Participating Pastry Chefs:
Lori Baker - Baker & Banker
Melissa Chou - Aziza
Maya Erickson - AQ
Nicole Krasinski - State Bird Provisions
Belinda Leong - B. Patisserie
Lisa Lu - Boulevard
Emily Luchetti - Farallon and Waterbar
Lead Sommelier: Shelley Lindgren - A16 and SPQR
Haley Guild Moore - Stock & Bones
Dominique Henderson Clay and Jennifer Warren - A16
Emily Horenian - Spruce
Bianca Jimenez Rivera - SPQR
Nicole Kosta - The Mandarin Oriental
Lulu MacAllister - NOPA
Tonya Pitts - One Market
Petra Polakovicova - Epic Roasthouse
Stevie Stacionis - Guild of Sommeliers and 'A Drink with Friends'
Nissa Suteja - Acquerello
Kate Bolton - Maven (Bartender)
Sarah Trubnick - The Barrel Room (Bartender)
The Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund provides one-time, temporary assistance to help people experiencing an unexpected crisis. Each year, the Fund helps approximately 5,000 individuals and families in the nine-county Bay Area and distributes nearly $1 million to local Bay Area food banks. 100% of donations goes directly to those in need.
Learn more about The Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund at www.seasonofsharing.org.
Must be 21 or over to attend. Advanced ticket purchase required.