Dinner Club: Spork
The Slow Food Dinner Club next convenes at 7 PM, Tuesday January 12th at Spork Restaurant: 1058 Valencia, near 22nd. Yep, Spork - like the combination spoon/fork utensil you often see at fast food chains. Chef Bruce Binn, who has cooked at many of the Bay Areas favorite restaurants, has revamped a former Kentucky Fried Chicken space. Rather than ignore the building's culinary history though, the Spork team has embraced it. What they've done is Slow things down considerably to feature their own interpretation of American classics.
The focus here is on fresh, seasonal, sustainable, and top quality - with an added dose of whimsy mixed in for fun. We have reserved a table for 10. Bruce is preparing a special meal for us to include appetizers, full entrees and desserts. He will personally join us to discuss the restaurant's concept and the inspiration behind its menu - plus answer questions.
Tickets are $57 per person, which includes three full courses, related taxes, gratuities and a $5 donation to Slow Food San Francisco. Diners are invited to purchase beverages individually from a notable selection of single varietal wines and bottled beers. (Please remember your servers when making additional purchases.)
So slow down with us for a delicious evening at Spork. www.sporksf.com
1058 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|