I know, I am beyond spoiled that I get to celebrate the ~FEAST OF THE SEVEN FISHES~ every Christmas Eve with my lovable family (and in typical Calabrese fashion, we eat something like 13 different dishes, and two pastas—it’s certifiably insane).
ZARE AT FLY TRAP “FEAST OF THE SEVEN FISHES” EVENT CANCELLED
For those of you who want to experience this infamous fishy feast, a couple places around town are hosting Vigilia cenas. This year, Zaré at Fly Trap will celebrate a special Feast of the Seven Fishes dinner on Sunday December 21st. Executive chef and owner Hoss Zaré chose a Sunday evening, when the restaurant is normally closed, to offer this once-a-year dining experience. Zaré will give his Mediterranean-Persian spin to the seven seafood-centric dishes, followed by Italian mignardise (small sweets) created by consulting pastry chef Marisa Churchill. Wine director and Master Sommelier Chris Blanchard will pair each course with a different wine from Spain, Italy, or the Middle East.
Chris Cosentino is hosting his annual and popular Feast of The Seven Fishes on December 23rd and December 24th at Incanto. Cosentino’s menu will feature rustic recipes made with sustainable seafood and local produce (you can read more on the history of the event here). Incanto is usually closed on Tuesdays, but they'll be open Tuesday December 23rd—diners on the 23rd and the 24th can order from the regular menu as well as the Feast of The Seven Fishes.
Feast of the Seven Fishes
Sun. Dec. 21st, 2008
Zaré at Fly Trap
606 Folsom St.
Cross: Second St.
San Francisco, CA
$160 per person, exclusive of tax and gratuity. Â
Tue., Dec. 23rd–Wed. Dec. 24th, 2008
1550 Church St.
Cross: Duncan St.
San Francisco, CA
four-course prix-fixe menu
(three dessert options)
$55 (excluding beverages, service, and tax)