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Please join us for Eat Drink Art: A CommUNITY Project on Saturday April 29, 2017 at the Latino Culinary Academy in San Francisco. Enjoy food prepared by the Latino Culinary Academy and paired with libations from our beverage partners, music, live art and an art show featuring works from local Bay area artists including: Sirron NorrisCalixto Robles, Bob Armstrong and more!
All proceeds to benefit Buena Vista Horace Mann K-8 Community School, San Francisco’s first Two-Way Spanish Immersion School and the second in California.
Eat Drink Art: A CommUNITY Project
Date: Saturday April 29th, 2017
Location: MLVS – 2929 19th Street San Francisco, CA 94110
Thank you to our generous Community Partners:
MLVS Hass Brothers Ascendant Spirits Oak Ridge Winery Maritime Wine Trading Co The Wine Group Laughing Monk Brewing Jittery John’s Cold Brew Coffee Jarritos Wonderland SF Noise Pop Grocery Outlet: The Mission Casey Moving Carnaval SF Jamestown Community Center ARTSPAN Loco Bloco Chaco Flaco Airbnb
Cocktail Stations Featuring Unusually Delicious Drink Mixers from Chaco Flaco and Fine Spirits From:
Ascendant Spirits – the first distillery in Santa Barbara County to legally produce whisky, vodka, moonshine and other spirits since prohibition
Haas Brothers – a San Francisco based importer, marketer and merchant of distilled spirits, both imported and domestic, since 1851
Mina Real Mezcal
Panama Pacific Rum
Chaco Flaco Drink Mixers are Non Alcoholic, Low Calorie, All Natural & Gluten Free sweetened only from whole fruit!
California and Belgian Ales from San Francisco’s Laughing Monk Brewing:
A classic Belgian Style Golden Ale brewed with Chamomile grown in local Bayview Community Gardens.
A classic Belgian Style Dubbel
Wines from near and far:
The Wine Group in Livermore, CA
San Francisco’s Maritime Wine Trading Collective
The Oak Ridge Winery, Lodi’s oldest operating winery since 1934
Specialty Drinks from:
Jittery John’s Cold Brew Coffee Made in Berkeley, CA
Jarritos -Made in Mexico, Super Good.
Culinary Delights from:
San Francisco’s own Latino Culinary Academy
We are presenting our annual BVHM Student Art show as a part of Youth Open Studios in a free preview open to the public from 6pm-7pm (prior to our ticketed event) on Saturday April 29th. This show will feature original works from our students mentored by local artists Sirron Norris and Calixto Robles