Celebrate the Hindu festival of Diwali at ~DOSA ON FILLMORE~ on Thursday October 23rd. There are two seatings, one from 5:30pm-8pm and the second from 8:15pm until closing. Reservations include a three-course, family-style South Indian feast complete with dosas, uttapam, and curries, plus live music, henna tattoos, and traditional Diwali sweets. The second seating also includes a Bollywood and bhangra dance party after dinner. The first seating is $45 per person, and the later seating is $65 per person. Call 415-441-3672 for reservations and more information.
Catch the latest in the Eat Like a Chef, Drink Like a Somm dinner series at STONES THROW on Monday October 27th. The husband-and-wife team of chef Maria Sinskey and winemaker Robert Sinskey will be at the restaurant, preparing a special, autumnal five-course dinner with wine pairings—check out the menu here. Tickets are $75 per person including tax and tip, with wine pairings for an additional $50 per person, and reservations can be made from 6pm-8:45pm. All proceeds benefit the SF-Marin Food Bank, and if you can’t make it this time, next month the series will feature a savory menu from pastry chefs William Werner (Craftsman & Wolves), Matt Tinder (Meadowood), and Bill Corbett (Absinthe Group) on Monday November 17th.
~MILLENNIUM~ is hosting a five-course dinner with Devoto Orchards Cider and Wait Cellars on Wednesday October 29th from 7pm-10pm. The dinner, which is vegetarian- and vegan-friendly, will be paired with pinot noir from Wait Cellars and Devoto’s excellent dry and semi-dry ciders. (Seriously, have you tried them? Do yourself a favor and grab a bottle of their Cidre Noire to toast the last sunny days of October.) Dessert even includes a cider-based cocktail pairing—how very fall is that? The dinner costs $80 per person and includes all food and drink pairings, but not tax and tip. For reservations, call 415-345-3900, ext. 13.
On Tuesday November 4th, enjoy a special farm dinner at SEVEN HILLS with David Little of Little Organic Farm in Petaluma. The five-course menu includes produce sourced almost exclusively from Little’s farm, along with other ingredients from Marin and Sonoma counties. The dinner is $90 per person, including a box of produce from the farm, but not including drinks, tax, or tip. Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant. (Psssst, there will be a sunchoke cappuccino with white truffle from Alba.) 1550 Hyde St. at Pacific, 415-775-1550.
Celebrating Diwali at Dosa in 2012. Photo via Facebook.