The San Francisco Luckyrice Asian Food Festival Returns Friday September 8th


One of the lucky-looking tables at Luckyrice San Francisco 2016. Photo courtesy of Luckyrice.

Luckyrice, the Asian food festival that tours around the country, is back in SF on Friday September 8th. This year they are doing something a little different, making SF the first-ever, plant-based feast (although there will be a few vendors using fish and/or dairy in their dishes). The city’s best Asian and Asian-influenced chefs will showcase their interpretations of vegetable-forward cuisine, from more traditional examples like shojin-ryori, the Buddhist vegetarian cuisine, to more contemporary creations.

Participating restaurants include M.Y. China, Pabu, China Live, ICHI Sushi, and Azalina’s. You’ll also try special ingredients from purveyors like Half Moon Bay Wasabi Farm, plus drinks from Suntory Whisky Toki (Toki Highballs), sake, Asahi Beer, and more from other partners like wines from Wines of Germany.

It all goes down at the Bently Reserve. Tickets are $88 for General Admission and $150 for VIP (you get one hour of early entry). Guests who purchase tickets with an American Express Card receive addition perks.

Event Info

Friday Sep 8, 2017
VIP 7pm–10pm, GA 8pm–10pm
$88 GA, $150 VIP
Bently Reserve
301 Battery St. San Francisco