San Francisco Chronicle: Bay Area 4-Star Chefs Join for Benefit Dinner

From San Francisco Chronicle:

In a first-time event, The Chronicle's nine 4-star chefs are teaming up for a special dinner benefiting the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank.

The nine-course dinner, part of the annual SF Chefs festivities, is scheduled for July 29 at Quince in San Francisco.

The collaborative menu - each chef is preparing an individual course - will be matched with wines selected by the restaurants' wine directors.

The dinner will be preceded by a Champagne reception, with hors d'ouevres created by each chef.

The chefs and their restaurants are Douglas Keane of Cyrus; Thomas Keller of The French Laundry; David Kinch of Manresa; Christopher Kostow of The Restaurant at Meadowood; Corey Lee of Benu; Roland Passot of La Folie; Daniel Patterson of Coi; Michael Tusk of Quince; and Alice Waters of Chez Panisse.

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