On Sunday October 11th, San Francisco’s rad literary festival Litquake is devoting an entire day to the interception of food and literature: Eat, Drink, and Be Literary. Obviously, we’re totally excited (which is why we are a media sponsor), and you should be too. The day runs from 11am to 5:30pm at Z Space in the Mission and includes lots of great programming from San Francisco’s best chefs and writers.
There will be panels, tastings, and educational opportunities from Dominique Crenn (Atelier Crenn and Petit Crenn), Emma Christensen (The Kitchn, author and recipe editor), Joyce Goldstein (Square One, Chez Panisse, author), Amy Guittard (Guittard Chocolate), Elisabeth Prueitt (Tartine), and Iso Rabins (ForageSF). Oh, and tablehopper will be there selling our vintage T-shirts and happy to share stories about restaurant and bar history in San Francisco. Come say hi!
You’ll have to chance to learn about chocolate, the history and lore of moonshine, foraging and what it really means, and much, much more. There are also tons of cool Litquake events happening throughout the city from October 9th through 17th, including Lit Crawl through the Mission and an Opening Night Celebration on Friday October 9th. Writer and bartender Duggan McDonnell will be talking about the history of San Francisco’s cocktail and bar scene and sharing stories from his new book, Drinking the Devil’s Acre. For all the Litquake events on offer, take a look at the event calendar here and get excited.
Tickets to Eat, Drink, and Be Literary are $30 for early bird (available now), $35 in advance, and $40 at the door. Z Space, 450 Florida St. at 17th St.
Chef Dominique Crenn. Photo by Stephanie Hua.
Sunday Oct 11, 2015 11am–5:30pm $30 for early bird (available now), $35 in advance, and $40 at the door Litquake information and calendar Z Space 450 Florida St. at 17th St.