Jun 20, 2015-
Jun 20, 2015
01:00PM - 04:00PM
High on the Hog at EPIC Steak
Swing, Swirl, & Swine on Saturday, June 20
EPIC Steak, 369 The Embarcadero South, San Francis
Event Description

EPIC Steak invites guests to attend their annual High on the Hog, an afternoon of Pinot Noir tasting and gourmet eats, taking place Saturday, June 20 on EPIC’s bayside patio.  Located on the picturesque San Francisco waterfront, EPIC provides a premier location for an afternoon of delicious food, good company, fun in the sun, and Pinot Noir.  This year, EPIC Steak will be changing it up and hosting some notable Bay Area restaurants and barbeque masters such as Waterbar, 1300 Fillmore and Wood Tavern, to partake in the fun, offering succulent contributions at this not-to-be-missed event.

Running from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m., live music by local band The Henry Coopers will provide entertainment for guests throughout the afternoon.  To complete the epicurean experience, Executive Chef Parke Ulrich, along with the other featured chefs, will prepare a decadent menu with a robust selection of accompaniments, the perfect pairing for Pinot. 

Not only will guests enjoy exquisite food and wine, but they also will be helping a worthy cause.  A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the charity Guide Dogs for the Blind. Guests also will have the opportunity to donate to the cause at the event – and play with the puppies in training!

Tickets are $65 per person and are available for purchase via EPIC’s website (more details below).

WHEN:                 Saturday, June 20

1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

WHERE:               EPIC Steak

369 The Embarcadero South (Between Folsom and Harrison Streets)

                San Francisco, CA 94105                 (415) 369-9955

TICKETS:               $65 per person; tickets are available for purchase, at:

PARKING:            Valet parking is available


Fee: $65.00

Contact Information
Phone: 415-369-9955



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