The menu is listed on the website with Down Under-influenced dishes like Victorian Lamb with rhubarb, nettles and parsley puree, or for dessert, Creme Fraiche Panna Cotta with kumquats and caraway. Seating is limited, so RSVP -- and note a credit card is needed to hold your place.
330 Townsend Street, Suite 101
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Dungeness Crab Week runs through March 1st
So it's been a lackluster crab season, but what's there is sweet and succulent as ever... and 44 SF chefs from 54 restaurants (do the math?) are featuring signature crab dishes on their menus this week. Visa is a sponsor, so if you pay with a Visa Signature card, you'll get a complimentary cookbook featuring a slew of crab recipes from some of the chefs and restaurants involved. Some of my faves are participating (like Incanto, 1300 on Fillmore, Bix, Jardiniere, Pesce, Shanghai 1930, etc... and there's no meat I'm more crazy about than crab, particularly our West Coast Dungeness.
For added fun, there's the annual Crab Cracking Contest in Union Square on Saturday, 2/28, from noon-3pm. It's free, though you'll need to purchase tickets for food, beer and wine tastings. There'll be Union Square chefs (like Jen Biesty of Scala's and Adam Carpenter of Ponzu) and San Francisco 49ers (yeah, you heard right) crackin' crabs together, with live music from Diego's Umbrella, who myspace lists as Experimental-Flamenco-Rock, booths for kids, and plenty to drink.
Details and list of participating restaurants here.
Make reservations here.
Get sultry with Brazilian Wednesday Nights at Pisco Latin Lounge
In these rainy days, one of the best ways to warm things up is a well-crafted drink and lively music. Pisco Latin Lounge offers you both in weekly Brazilian-themed Wednesdays. I recently enjoyed an ideal end to a long day here, sipping the El Carajo cocktail ($12, made of Veev Acai Liquor, St. Germain and Aji amarillo pepper), while watching spicy Brazilian music videos on the flat screens. DJ Anjo Avesso spins while you sip a specially-priced $7 Caramelized Caiparinha and chow down on Latin small plates. This Wednesday, 2/25, bring your business card or email address to possibly win a magnum (double-sized) bottle of Cachaca. Lindo maravilhoso!
1817 Market Street
Foreign Cinema's three-course prix-fixe honors 10th anniversary
Foreign Cinema may not be the latest hotspot anymore, but it still packs 'em in with the mystique of being located on a dodgy Mission block, down a candlelit hallway, into an oasis of foreign film, a roaring fireplace and quite tasty food (I've long been partial to the pot de cremes for dessert).
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