SLOW FOOD SF EVENTS
The events produced by Slow Food SF are a collection of educational and fundraising events aimed to increase awareness, build community and spread the word and joy of conscious eating in the Bay Area.
Slow Food Dinner at DOSA on Fillmore – February 25 @ 7:00 pm
Thursday, January 01, 1970
1700 Fillmore Street
Tickets available here.
Join the new co-chairs of Slow Food San Francisco for dinner at the Slow Food-approved DOSA on Fillmore. We are excited to partner with Nommery to host a dinner with new and old Slow Food members alike and learn more about what you’d like out of your San Francisco chapter (and what you loved in the past!).
Sally Rogers is passionate about celebrating the art of the farm and getting folks to eat more veggies. She founded Nibble last year, which sells combinations of veggies & hummus to Bay Area offices. She’s excited to chat about why you make the food choices you do, and if you have a fave type of music or artist you like to listen to while cooking and/or eating!
Breck Baig has been a long term supporter for sustainable farming and food practices which was sparked by past work as a pastry chef. In addition to sharing the Slow Food mission, she enjoys experience exploring the diversity of food of the Bay Area. She’s looking forward to connecting on tips about breakfast spots that don’t have an hour wait.
Dosa is the foremost Indian restaurant in the SF Bay Area. Using seasonal & organic produce, and fish, poultry & meats from natural and sustainable sources, Dosa represents the rich & diverse culinary traditions of Southern India. The menu reflects the diversity of this vibrant culture and cuisine. South Indian food is not exclusively vegetarian though there are many outstanding options for omnivores, pescetarians and vegetarians alike.
SF Chronicle’s 100 (6 years running), Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand & Recommended, Readers ‘ Poll Winner – SF Weekly, Best Indian, Bay Readers Poll – SFBG, Best Eats in San Francisco, SF Examiner, Best Indian, The Eat + Drink Awards – 7×7 Magazine