A Week of Women in Food
 
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March 5-11, 2018
A Week of Women In Food is a 7-day dining experience of inspiring meals celebrating the voices, talent & food of 9 La Cocina-born women chefs from across the Bay Area. Their restaurants are the manifestations of dreams & their food, the flavors of lives lived. During the week of International Women's Day, we invite you to do more than just eat. We invite you to participate.

 
 

Special Thanks to Our 2017 Sponsors

 
 
 

Participating Chefs —

 
 

3|5 El Buen Comer 

In partnership with Jardinière | Hirsch Vineyards

3435 Mission St. | San Francisco, CA 94110

http://www.elbuencomersf.com/


3|6 Reem's California

3301 E 12th St. #133 | Oakland, CA 94601

http://reemscalifornia.com/


3|7 Rasoi 

Hosted at The Workshop | in partnership with State Bird Provisions
1529 Fillmore St. | San Francisco, CA 94115

http://www.rasoitik.com/


3|7 Sariwa 

Hosted at A16 Oakland, Chef Aileen Suzara will be featured as Guest Chef in honor of Festa Della Donna. Proceeds this evening benefit La Cocina. Make your dinner reservations with A16.

5356 College Ave. | Oakland, CA 94618

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3|7 Minnie Bell's Soul Movement

Hosted at A16 SF, Chef Fernay McPherson will be featured as Guest Chef in honor of Festa Della Donna. Proceeds this evening benefit La Cocina. Make your dinner reservations with A16.

2355 Chestnut St. | San Francisco, CA 94123

https://www.minniebellssoul.com/


3|8 Bini's Kitchen

Location to be announced

http://biniskitchen.com/


3|9 El Pipila

Location to be announced

https://www.elpipila.com/


3|10 Alicia's Tamales Los Mayas

In partnership with St. George Spirits  

23682 Clawiter Rd. | Hayward, CA 94545

http://www.aliciatamaleslosmayas.com/


3|11 Nyum Bai

In partnership with Fig & Thistle

Location to be announced

http://www.nyumbai.com/

 


 
 
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Not only has La Cocina been the most important food organization in San Francisco, but amid a changing landscape, it might also prove to be the key for San Francisco to remain San Francisco.
— The San Francisco Chronicle
La Cocina gives the artisanal chef a place to get started, and is a catalyst for a new generation.
— Andrea Bell
In fact, without even knowing it, many San Franciscans have probably stumbled upon the restaurants that La Cocina has helped launch.
— Thrillist
La Cocina is an enterprise that gives you hope for San Francisco’s future as a city where culinary and economic diversity might yet thrive hand-in-hand.
— SF Weekly
 
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