Exciting news for all guacamole fans: There’s a guacamole taste test smackdown happening in Bernal on Saturday, and you’re invited.
All the guacamoles. Lots of discerning guacamole criticism. And plenty of complimentary chips. It’s all free, and it’s all happening on Saturday, September 12 beginning a 1 pm at the glamorous Farmhouse Mansion, at the top of Folsom near Ripley. Bernalwood is told:
Guacamole. It’s made with avocados, lime, excitement, tomatoes, onion, cilantro, love, and several dozen other food companions. It’s the tastiest green dish to eat on a Saturday with a beer, and sharing it is a proven way to make good friends, better. This Saturday, we’ll eat as much guacamole as we possibly can consume.
For the 4th year in a row, on the second weekend in September, we’re holding San Francisco’s Annual Indian Summer Guac-off. It’s a competition showcasing the best guacamole’s that the City has to offer. It’s also a party where the fine people of San Francisco get to decide who makes the best guacamole in town.
It’s the perfect way to kick off San Francisco’s Indian Summer: hanging out with friends both old and new in a beautiful garden with a cold beer in one hand and some chips and guacamole in the other. It’s completely free to enter, and all we ask is that you have a good time.
Everyone gets to vote on their favorite guacamole, and at the end we give out a bunch of fun prizes from our favorite local companies, including the Guacamole Glory Trophy, the title of official “Guacamole of San Francisco” and bragging rights until the next Indian Summer.
Complete details on the Guac-Off website, and here: