SAN FRANCISCO 2018
For the 3rd edition of the Refugee Food Festival, San Francisco joins the list of cities whose restaurants will welcome refugee chefs for a few days, for delicious culinary collaborations!
From June 19th to 23rd, the menu of restaurants in San Francisco (and around the world) will be enriched with dishes imagined and prepared by refugee cooks. These menus can be the result of four-handed collaborations or cartes blanches given to the invited chefs!
The Refugee Food Festival aims to highlight the guest chefs’ talents and give participants the opportunity to enjoy the most demanding, original and meaningful food.
Reservations are only with restaurants.
JUNE 20th, 2018 • Dinner (beginning at 5:30pm)
The restaurant will welcome Muna Anaee and her Iraqi cuisine.
For reservations: go online https://www.opentable.com/r/tawla-sf-reservations-san-francisco
JUNE 21st, 2018 • Dinner (beginning at 5:30pm)
The restaurant will welcome Anu Mapchan for an evening with Bhutanese cuisine.
For reservations: go online https://www.yelp.com/reservations/dosa-on-fillmore-san-francisco-3
JUNE 22nd, 2018 • Dinner (beginning at 5pm)
The restaurant will welcome Muna Anaee for Iraqi cuisine.
For reservations: go online https://www.opentable.com/r/sons-addition-reservations-san-francisco
JUNE 23rd, 2018 • Dinner (beginning at 5pm)
The restaurant will welcome Vito for Senegalese cuisine.
For reservations: go online https://www.opentable.com/r/jardiniere-reservations-san-francisco
Sara was leading the organisation of the festival from A to Z!
In San Francisco, the organization of the Refugee Food Festival was made possible thanks to the commitment, enthusiasm and energy of Sara, her wonderful team of volunteers and UNHCR United States!
CONTACT THE TEAM !
SAN FRANCISCO’S CHEFS
The Catholic Charities of the East Bay: working with youth, children, and families to promote self-sufficiency, strengthen families and pursue safety and justice.
The Golden Gate Restaurant Association: celebrating and empowering the restaurant community through advocacy, education, marketing, events and training.
The Jewish Family Community services east bay: promoting the well-being of individuals and families by providing essential mental health and social services through every stage of life.
Magnum PR: a full-service communications and marketing agency based in San Francisco, specializing in media relations, branded events, social media strategy, digital marketing, and influencer engagement for food, wine, and hospitality brands.
Oakland Bloom: advancing economic equity in Oakland by providing educational training and hands-on support for aspiring chef entrepreneurs from refugee, immigrant, and low-income communities who seek to start their own food businesses.
La Cocina: cultivating low income food entrepreneurs as they formalize and grow their businesses by providing affordable commercial kitchen space, industry-specific technical assistance and access to market opportunities.
We Work: the co-working space creating a world in which people can “Make a life, not just a living”.