Just so you know, CUESA isn't trying to put your mama's Sunday supper to shame.
Nothing against a hearty, homey pot-roast with a side of cornbread or even a bucket of fried chicken, (free-range, of course) if you're my mama on any given Sunday, but when you have over fifty super-star chefs from the Bay area signed up to participate and a goal of improving sustainability in our local food system, by all means, bring on the stuffed Muscat grapes, Fijian ceviche and watermelon cubes with smoked sea salt!
Tickets are still available to support the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture at their 6th annual Sunday Supper on October 5th.
For $60 per person, you can stroll through the Ferry Building nave and graze on a mouthwatering menu of hors d'oeuvres, served with local wines, beers or artisan cocktails.
Or nibble in the nave AND stay for the 4-course Sunday Supper for $200 per person.
Last resort: try your luck on Tablehopper to win 2 free tickets.