We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: We, the Citizens of Bernalwood, are fortunate to have Blue Plate at our metaphorical doorstep. Blue Plate was delicious and cozy and local before delicious and cozy and local were cool, and apart from being one of the most consistently fabulous restaurants in the city, co-owner Jeff Trenam tells us Blue Plate is hosting a special event tomorrow night… and you’re invited:
We are hosting a Scribe Viticultural Society Spring Allocation pick-up dinner on Tuesday, April 28th. It’s open to the public and we will be pairing their new wines with some new menu items. Everything will be available á la carte. Adam and Andrew from Scribe should be here too.
Scribe Spring Wine Dinner
WHO: Blue Plate and Scribe Winery
WHEN: Tuesday April 28, 2014
WHERE: Blue Plate, 3218 Mission Street (at Valencia) San Francisco, CA 94110
WHAT: Adam and Andrew Mariani from Scribe Winery will be at Blue Plate to chat with guests. Scribe Viticultural Society members will get to pick up their spring allocations and Chef de Cuisine, Sean Thomas will serve an á la carte menu with suggested SCRIBE pairings.
RESERVATIONS: www.blueplatesf.com or call 415-282-6777
PHOTO: Blue Plate’s iconic neon sign by Erik Wilson
3 thoughts on “Tuesday: Special Spring Wine Dinner at Blue Plate”
Sounds wonderful, but it’s a little unfortunate that they scheduled it on the Dining Out of AIDS date, when many residents will be supporting that movement.
Blue Plate is a treasure
The last two times I ate at Blue Plate were extremely disappointing. The service was shoddy, and the food was mediocre, at best. After waiting almost 2 hours for our main course, I had to send it back. I hope it has improved in the past 3 years.
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