Yelp photo of Outerlands bread by Anthony M.
A couple cool meals for you to consider: Leif Hedendal is hosting a spring equinox dinner at ~OUTERLANDS~ on Monday March 21st, with two seatings, at 6pm and 9pm. The extensive menu includes Henry’s olives and Massa almonds; Dave’s levain toasts with Bellwether sheep ricotta, black trumpets, wild herbs, and flowers; crispy artichoke with yuzu kosho and horseradish; soup of Knoll green garlic, English peas, stinging nettle, dulse, sencha, and matsutake dashi with Dave’s levain; purple asparagus, golden chanterelle, roasted broccoli, saffron-spring onion-brown butter sabayon, pistachio, and green strawberry; roasted maitake, gobo-Tokyo turnip-ginger nishime, Bordeaux spinach with hiziki and gomasio, kumquat, and mustard; Little City Gardens magic mesclun with icicle radishes, blood orange, and argan; Andante Creamery Tomme Dolce and Nocturne with baby beets and Barhi dates; rhubarb fennel galette with honey, lemon thyme, and crème fraîche. Wines available by the glass or bottle. $60 per person, cash only. RSVP here with your time preference and number of guests. 4001 Judah St. at 45th Ave.
~STAG DINING GROUP~ has another installment in their Clandestine Dinner Series coming up on March 12th and 13th. Chefs Ted Fleury and Jordan Grosser are putting together an early spring dinner, with a strong focus on sustainability, and biodynamic wines. Check out the menu and get tickets for March 12th here (7pm) and March 13th here (5pm). $105 per person, includes wine pairing by Two Mile Wines and a cocktail reception prior to the first course. (Chefs and cooks: you can get $80 tickets, a $25 discount—just email here for industry tickets.) The address will be in the Mission. You can watch a video of their last meal here.