July 30, 2019

July 30, 2019

Come join chef Joe Sasto—recently the executive sous chef of Lazy Bear, pasta director for Quince, and top three finalist of Top Chef Season 15—along with Pot d’Huile for a palooza of pasta and pot. This exclusive and intimate one-night-only event has limited seating. The cannabis infusions are completely optional, and guests are welcome to BYOB to enjoy throughout the evening as well.

Dinner will be served at a secret location in the Mission (venue address to be emailed out to ticket holders 24 hours prior to the event). An eight-course tasting menu will be served, each individually infused with a combination of CBD and THC, as desired. We will start welcoming guests at 6pm, dinner at 6:30pm on Saturday August 10th.

We are in a unique time: as the prohibition of cannabis is coming to end, the negative stigmas that have plagued the industry for decades are slowly being lifted. With a lot of hesitation surrounding the consumption of edibles, chef Joe has carefully curated an experience that allows you to sit back and relax—removing the stress from the equation—individually dosing each guest’s meal tailored to their individual tolerances, from beginner to high.

Please join us for this fun gourmet experience that is quintessentially SF, tickets here!


“Defies magic stereotypes.”
— San Francisco Chronicle

“Originality that aces almost everything.”
— Howie Mandel

“I love you. I love your magic. Are you single?”
— Heidi Klum

Come see the Bay Area’s local magic phenom KEVIN BLAKE in his solo show, Magic Man, at The Palace Theater, back by popular demand. Four nights only, Fridays and Saturdays August 16th-17th and 23rd-24th. The Palace Theater is located at 644 Broadway in San Francisco.

Magic Man is Blake’s third acclaimed underground solo show. Over the last several years, he has opened for Third Eye Blind at the Fillmore, toured with Band of Magicians in New Zealand and Australia, and impressed judges and audiences on NBC’s America’s Got Talent—and earlier this summer on The CW’s Penn & Teller: Fool Us.

For more info and to purchase tix, visit boxcartheatre.org/magic-man.