Celebrate Soul Food at the 33rd Annual Black Cuisine Festival March 2nd

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Barbecued ribs. Photo from BBQ Junkie.

On Saturday March 2nd, catch the 33rd Annual Black Cuisine Festival. The event is a fundraiser for Bayview Hunters Point Multipurpose Senior Services, and will include lots of soul food, like barbecued chicken and ribs, smothered chicken, and sides like potato salad, corn bread, yams, and greens. There will also be live music, dancing, and activities for kids. The event runs from 11am-7pm at the Dr. George W. Davis Senior Center. There will also be a table serving some serious sweet treats “like Grandma used to bake,” including pound cake, banana pudding, and sweet potato pie. Tickets can be purchased here in advance or at the door. It’s not too late to enter your own dishes in the cook-off too. For more information on how to enter, visit here. 1706 Yosemite Ave. at 3rd St.

Event Info

Saturday Mar 2, 2013
11am–7pm
Dr. George W. Davis Senior Center
1706 Yosemite Ave. at 3rd St.