Apr 16, 2016-
Apr 16, 2016
06:15PM - 11:00PM
Great Chefs & Wineries
A Premier Bay Area Event of Culinary Delights & Fine Wine
Peacock Gap Golf & Country Club
Event Description

Now in it's 26th year, Great Chefs & Wineries is a premier San Francisco Bay Area food and wine event.  This evening begins in an outdoor tent with dinner, a feast of small plates expertly prepared by chefs from 25 of the Bay Area's best restaurants.  Dinner is accompanied by wine pourings from an impressive lineup of 25 elite wineries from California's finest growing regions.  Other libations include microbrewed beer, champagne, martinis and more!  Fabulous items will also be available for guests to bid on in  the silent cocktail auction. After dinner in the tent, guests are welcomed into the elegantly appointed dining room for dessert and wine while enjoying the evening's live entertainment, including a performance by the people Lifehouse serves, a fast-paced live auction, dancing and live music.  Past live auctions have featured such exciting items as luxury trips, rare bottles of wine, gourmet chef's dinners and entertainment memorabilia.  The night will close with dancing and an intimate concert with a special music guest.  Past guests have included Huey Lewis and the News, Tower of Power and Foreverland.  This year's musical guest is Evolution, a Journey Tribute Band. 

Fee: $325.00

Contact Information
Name: Ann Elias     Email:
Phone: 415-526-5320      Fax: 415-472-5739




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