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On The Blackboard

Eric Wolfinger

Cotogna Sunday Suppers
Since opening in 2010, Cotogna has been one of the hottest restaurants in town. If you’ve been wanting to try out Chef Michael Tusk’s wonderful rustic Italian dishes but can’t get your wallet to agree, check out Cotogna’s Sunday Suppers—for $55 per person, you get a four-course feast, including a pasta dish. The menu changes weekly; this month look for dishes like tagliatelle di farro, antipasti Piemontese, and agnolotti del plin. Wine pairings are available for an additional $35 per person.

When: Sundays, 5 PM–9:30 PM
Where: 490 Pacific Ave., San Francisco, CA 94133
Telephone: 415-775-8508



Quinceañera at Foreign Cinema
Celebrate Foreign Cinema’s fifteen years in business with the “Quintessentially Quixotic Quinceañera” celebration. The evening will be filled with visual delights, sensual bites, sultry libations, and unique burlesque and art performances from the evening’s emcee Heklina of San Francisco’s Tranny Shack and her world renowned drag queens as well as the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and characters from Gregangelo and Velocity Circus. Tickets are $100 and proceeds support LYRIC, a San Francisco LGBTQQ youth organization, as well as the Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy, a local public school whose mission is to empower student learning by teaching awareness, acceptance and non-violence.

When: Thursday, September 18, 7 PM–11 PM
Where: 2534 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94110
Telephone: 415-648-7600



Red Sauce Sundays at Tosca Cafe
For Tosca Cafe's Red Sauce Sundays, dinner is served family-style, and is designed specifically for groups of four to eight. On the menu are classic Italian-American dishes like braised meatballs in tomato sauce, garlic knots, and bucatini. The multi-course dinner is $55 per person; reservations can be made by emailing events@toscacafesf.com at least 72 hours in advance. Bonus: the kitchen is open until 1 AM.

When: Sundays, 5 PM–1 AM
Where: 242 Columbus Ave., San Francisco, CA 94133
Telephone: 415-986-9651



The Taste Projects at theLab
theLab has changed their concept from a small neighborhood café to a pop-up event space and experimental kitchen. They’ll be holding regular special events with local artisans, all paired with food and beverages. On Friday, September 26 and Saturday, September 27 check out Taste Project: Glass with Nate Watson of Public Glass. Dine on a six-course feast created by Michael Recchiuti while learning about the parallel worlds of glass and sugar blowing. Highlights include seared ahi mille feuille and chocolate brulee cube cake, and each course comes with a wine pairing. The dinner is $95 per person and includes all food and wine.

When: Friday, September 26 & Saturday, September 27, 7 PM - 10 PM
Where: 801 22nd St., San Francisco, CA 94107
Telephone: 415-489-2881

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