NextGenChef is Pleased to Announce
the Launch of Regenerative Feast.  

JULY 23, 2019    6:30-9:30PM

Archbishop's Mansion

1000 Fulton St, San Francisco, CA 94117

NextGenChef is Pleased to Announce
the Launch of Regenerative Feast.  

JULY 23, 2019    6:30-9:30PM

Archbishop's Mansion

1000 Fulton St, San Francisco, CA 94117

NextGenChef disrupts the typical fine dining model with roots from the soil for this “soil-to-table” dining experience featuring a Michelin-star rated chef that’s local, healthy, affordable, and regenerative.

Chef Jeremy Nelson, of San Francisco’s
acclaimed Acquerello and Lazy Bear, will create a culinary occasion featuring a menu that highlights first the Earth itself then the denizens it accommodates. Our guests will have the opportunity to engage in their own moveable feast while discussing environmental impact topics of seasonal cuisine and whether local or organic produce has more of an impact on our well-being.

NextGenChef disrupts the typical fine dining model with roots from the soil for this “soil-to-table” dining experience featuring a Michelin-star rated chef that’s local, healthy, affordable, and regenerative.

Chef Jeremy Nelson, of San Francisco’s
acclaimed Acquerello and Lazy Bear, will create a culinary occasion featuring a menu that highlights first the Earth itself then the denizens it accommodates. Our guests will have the opportunity to engage in their own moveable feast while discussing environmental impact topics of seasonal cuisine and whether local or organic produce has more of an impact on our well-being.

This one-of-a-kind event showcases how healthy food can be accessible as well as an experience.

 Join us for the debut of NextGenChef’s Regenerative Feast dinner at the former Archbishop’s Mansion on Alamo Square in San Francisco. Connect with like-minded individuals that share your passion for food quality and accessibility. NextGenChef’s Regenerative Feast is also an open forum for discussions and salons. Each course begins with Chef Jeremy Nelson sharing his succulent inspiration.

This one-of-a-kind event showcases how healthy food can be accessible as well as an experience.

 Join us for the debut of NextGenChef’s Regenerative Feast dinner at the former Archbishop’s Mansion on Alamo Square in San Francisco. Connect with like-minded individuals that share your passion for food quality and accessibility. NextGenChef’s Regenerative Feast is also an open forum for discussions and salons. Each course begins with Chef Jeremy Nelson sharing his succulent inspiration.

 

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