Archives: Slow Food SF Convivial Table

Why does Conviviality Matter? Connecting Over Food as a Tool for Self-Care & Community Care

08/01/18 | by admin | SF Events, Slow Food SF Convivial Table, Slow Food SF Dinner Club

By Alisha Eastep, Slow Food San Francisco Treasurer In 2013, the Convivialist Manifesto was published. The document arose out of the need for a new social, moral and political philosophy of living together, since many are convinced that democracy and ecological survival can no longer rely any on the idea of infinite economic growth and inexhaustible resources. […]

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Convivial Table at Pauline’s Wines

05/15/11 | by slowfoodsf | Slow Food SF Convivial Table, Slow Food SF Dinner Club, Uncategorized

If you’ve ever grown your own tomatoes (or herbs or anything), you’re convinced that no others ever tasted this good. That was the sense we got at our last Convivial Table dinner at Pauline’s Wine bar (behind the famed pizza restaurant on Valencia). A San Francisco Staple for more than 20!) years, Sidney Weinstein and […]

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The Convivial Table at Slow Club

02/28/10 | by slowfoodsf | Slow Food SF Convivial Table, Slow Food SF Dinner Club

It’s difficult to even imagine topping the slow feast offered up at Slow Club on Thursday evening February 25th, but I honestly felt our hosts did just that with their genuine conviviality. Together, Owner Erin Rooney and Chef Matthew Paul provided Convivial Table with an experience that will be remembered and re-savored by all our […]

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SF Convivial Table and Hayes Street Grill Get FishWise

02/07/10 | by slowfoodsf | Slow Food SF Convivial Table

On Thursday evening, February 4, Hayes Street Grill welcomed approximately fifty diners to a noticeably expanded Slow Food San Francisco Convivial Table. The dazzling spread of fresh, local, and sustainable seafood included Dungeness crab, sardines, squid, oysters, opah (moonfish), clams, and ling cod supplemented by outstanding local produce in classic preparations. Rather than focus on […]

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