CUESA, the nonprofit that operates the Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market, is throwing its annual Summer Bash this weekend, and there are still tickets available. It's a pretty lavish cocktail shindig featuring food stations from a large assortment of Bay Area restaurants.

The party, which benefits CUESA's education programs like Foodwise Kids and Foodwise Teens, highlights all the early summer produce you would find at the Saturday farmers' market.

This year's event, which is happening in the Ferry Building's main hall on Sunday, June 9, at 6:30 p.m., features bites from Arguello, barbacco, Batter Bakery, Bluestem Brasserie, Boulettes Larder + Boulibar, Brown Sugar Kitchen, Bull Valley Roadhouse, Comstock Saloon, DOSA, Duende , Hog Island Oyster Co., International Smoke,  Locanda, Slanted Door, Tank 18, Wayfare Tavern, the newly retooled ALX by Alexander Steakhouse, among others.

There will also be cocktails, wine and beer from 15 Romolo, Ada Lovelace Gin, El Tesoro Tequila, Fort Point Beer Co., Lo-Fi Aperitifs, Maker’s Mark, Zombie Village, and more.

These parties are fun, and a lot less stuffy than a sit-down dinner with way more food and booze than any one person needs, and it's all for a good cause!

General admission tickets are $140, or $115 if you buy a package of 4 or more. VIP tickets, which get you in the door a half hour early (6 p.m.), are $165, or $140 for packages of four or more. More info here.