This year’s Eat Drink SF may have ended days ago, but that doesn’t mean I’ve forgotten the amazing time I had. In fact, it’s quite easy to understand why it’s widely regarded as the Bay Area’s finest food and drink event of the year.
Held over four glorious days, Eat Drink SF is a lively and entertaining celebration of food and drink hosted by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association, and over the years, has featured many of the Bay Area’s best-known chefs and restaurants. This year was certainly no different, with over 100 very talented chefs including a few of the Michelin variety, such as Daniel Corey of Luce, John Madriaga of Spruce, Teague Moriarty of Sons and Daughters and Craig Stoll of Delfina, along with small but tasty bites from such notable restaurants as Anzu, Chaya Brasserie, EPIC Steak, Farallon, Waxman’s and dozens more. Of course, the libations were flowing as well, served by the friendly staff of acclaimed vendors like Buena Vista Cafe, Ca’ Momi Winery, Trick Dog, Woodford Reserve and several others to complement the delicious gourmet food offerings.
Here are just some of the highlights from San Francisco’s premier food, wine, beer, and spirits festival held at the Fort Mason Center.