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.
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.
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.