CUESA | Evening Party: CUESA’s 14th Annual Sunday Supper: A Farm to City Feast

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CUESA’s 14th Annual Sunday Supper: A Farm to City Feast

Sunday, October 16, 2016 - 5:45pm to 10:00pm

Thank you to everyone who has purchased tickets to CUESA’s Sunday Supper: A Farm to City Feast!

Tickets are now SOLD OUT

If you would like to be put on the waitlist, please register through the Eventbrite link below.

35 Top Chefs  •  4-Course Feast  •  1 Unforgettable Evening

Sunday Supper is an elegant evening celebrating CUESA’s thriving farmers market community and California’s rich agricultural bounty. Join 35 of the Bay Area’s most celebrated chefs plus winemakers, bartenders, and sustainable farmers in the historic Ferry Building for our annual four-course gala. Funds from the event contribute more than 50 percent of the cost of our educational programs, which serve students, farmers, and educators in building a healthy food system.

OPENING RECEPTION with special guest Ruth Reichl
Kick off the night with oysters, hors d’oeuvres, hand-crafted drinks, and a special red carpet preview of the action-packed kitchen

Gather in the Grand Hall as teams of the city’s top chefs create unforgettable menus that pair fall flavors with specially selected wines and table-side presentations

Raise your paddle for one-of-a-kind packages including a private party at the enchanting McEvoy Ranch prepared by Paula LeDuc Fine Catering and dinner at Stemple Creek Ranch


 A Farm to City Feast


OCTOBER 16, 2016
VIP Reception at 5:00, Main Reception at 5:45 in the evening
San Francisco Ferry Building Grand Hall

VIP ticket: $350 ($250 tax deductible)
General admission: $275 ($200 tax deductible)
Kindly RSVP by September 25, 2016 at

To sponsor Sunday Supper, please contact
Christine Farren:, 415.291.3276 x 101
Tables of 8 start at $8,000 •


Participating Chefs and Restaurants   

Michelle Polzine, 20th Century Café | Ryan Farr & Andrew Ghetia, 4505 Burgers & BBQ | David Faro, Alembic | Brett Cooper & Sean Ehland, Aster | Melissa Reitz, Bar Agricole | Bruce Hill & Emmanuel Eng, Bix | Gabriela Cámara, Cala | Thomas McNaughton, Central Kitchen | Michael Tusk, Cotogna & Quince | Amber Blalock, Craftsman and Wolves | Lisa Vega, Dandelion Chocolate | Pierre Tumlin, Hog & Rocks | Abel Padilla, Hog Island Oyster Co. | Jake Godby, Humphry Slocombe Ice Cream | Tim Archuleta, ICHI Sushi | Traci DesJardins, Jardinière | Eli Franco, Locanda | Peter Rudolph, Madera | Aaron Toensing & Erik Lowe, Maybeck’s | Raj Dixit, Michael Mina | Brandon Jew, Mister Jiu’s | Kim Alter, Nightbird | Laurence Jossel, nopa | Daniel Capra, Paula LeDuc Fine Catering | Staffan Terje, Perbacco | Pam Mazzola, Prospect | Sarah & Evan Rich, Rich Table | Michael Lee Rafidi, RN74 | Charles Phan & Leslie Peng, The Slanted Door | Nicole Krasinski & Stuart Brioza, State Bird Provisions & The Progress | Josh Even, Tosca Café | Telmo Faria, Uma Casa | Alexandra O’Sullivan, Whole Foods

Participating Beverage Companies

Anthill Farms Winery | Domaine Carneros | Fort Point Beer Co. | Hidden Star Orchards | Joseph Phelps Vineyards | Ketel One Vodka | Kivelstadt Cellars | Nero Cellars | Oakland Spirits Co. | Paula LeDuc Fine Catering | Ridge Vineyards | Robert Sinskey Vineyards | Scribe Winery | Spirit Works Distillery | twomile wines | Young Inglewood

Featured Farmers

Capay Organic | K&J Orchards | Lucero Organic Farms | McGinnis Ranch | Stemple Creek Ranch| Tory Farms


Your seating assignment will be given to you at the registration desk. If you are coming as a group but paying separately, in order to be seated together you must communicate the names of all members in your group on the order confirmation form.

Tickets to the event are nonrefundable but are transferable to another event attendee. Please contact Kayla Abe at

Photos by Amanda Lynn Photography




CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) is dedicated to cultivating a sustainable food system through the operation of farmers markets and educational programs. Learn More »