Tomorrow evening, Bayview residents are invited to eat, drink and be merry for a good cause.
“Bayview is emerging as the new destination for local wines and beers that have a distinct San Francisco vibe," said organizer Andrea Baker.
At the event, visitors can visit different restaurants and venues within a two-block radius and enjoy live musical performances.
Participating restaurants include Radio Africa & Kitchen and Auntie April’s Chicken Waffles & Soul Food, along with Old Skool Cafe and the soon-to-open restaurant Tato SF, which will set up a spot at the Bayview Opera House.
In past years, a ticket to Bayview Uncorked also permitted attendees to have dinner at one of the participating restaurants. However, this year will feature food bites, as the goal this year is to showcase every restaurant.
"We want to give everyone an opportunity to taste all the food," Baker said. "We've been marketing to other neighborhoods and noticed that people are really starting to realize that the Bayview has a lot to offer."
Nonprofits also see the value in participating. In addition to more visibility, they have been able to fund programming after partnering with organizers on the event.
"We don't believe in working solo," Baker said. "Last year, we raised funds for Third Street Youth Clinic. They enjoyed the event so much that they are volunteering at this year's event."
Attendees can pick up tickets at Third Street Village Community Art Gallery, along with a custom-designed commemorative tasting glass.
Tickets, which are $30-$35, are still available for purchase and will also be available at the door.
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