Keep track of all the delicious Slow Food URBAN San Diego events here!
−Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos and Local Food in Tecate, Mexico!12:30 pm – 8:00 pm
From event website:
2 PM arrive at Parque Profesor in Tecate, Mexico where you will experience the colorful and richly symbolic celebration of Dia De Los Muertos, Tecate style. Altars to the departed will be displayed as well as dance, theater and musical performances. There will be vendors selling traditional snacks and beverages and regional handicrafts.
5-730 PM Dinner at El Lugar De Nos, where you will be treated to an unforgettable meal featuring local ingredients prepared by Mariela Manzano, former Chef at Rancho La Puerta, and her extraordinary culinary team. Dinner features wine from the Tecate area. Locally made cheeses and preserves from Alma Santana Melero of Valle 34 will be offered during dinner and available for sale to take home.
8 PM Depart for San Diego with 9 PM arrival time.
PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST HAVE A VALID US PASSPORT TO RETURN TO THE US FROM MEXICO.
Tickets are $95 per person and include all transportation, entertainment, dinner and wine. Buses are air-conditioned and are equipped with toilet facilities. If you would like to purchase wine to take home you are allowed one bottle per person.+12:30 pmCelebrate Dia De Los Muertos and Local Food in Tecate, Mexico!
−Good Food Community Fair presented by Slow Food Urban San Diego10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Join Slow Food Urban San Diego at the inaugural Good Food Community Fair!
Hope to see you there!+10:00 amGood Food Community Fair presented by Slow Food Urban San Diego
−American Grassfed Association 2013 Conference (all-day)Oct 31 – Nov 2
From event website:
Growing the Culture of Simple, Honest Food
October 31 -November 3, 2013
San Diego, California
See website for more details.+American Grassfed Association 2013 Conference (all-day)
−Celebrate Día de los Muertos at Suzie’s Farm!6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Dia De Los Muertos
Read Lucila’s blog post, Que Viva La Vida on the celebration of Life and Death.
Where: The Grove at Suzie’s Farm – 2570 Sunset Avenue, San Diego, CA 92154
- Javier Plascencia – Mision 19
- Andrew Spurgin – Andrew Spurgin™
- Isabel Cruz – Barrio Star
- Miguel Valdez and Mark Park – Indulge Contemporary Catering
- Ryan Stein – L’Escargot Bistro
- Martin Gonzalez -
Toast Enoteca Cucina
- Humbertos Aviles – La Caza Club
- Dawn Parks – Wild Thyme Catering
- Maylin Chavez – Local, Organic, Sustainable Catering
- Bianca Castro – Biscotti’s Venuzzi Reposteria
The line-up of chefs is subject to change.+6:00 pmCelebrate Día de los Muertos at Suzie’s Farm!
−5th annual Maritime Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony: The Sustainable Seafood Sensation Returns6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
From the event website
- Gold Level Dinner Sponsor – $5,000
- Silver Level Dinner Sponsor – $2,500
- (Bronze) TABLE Sponsor – $1,000
(Each sponsorship above includes a table, seats 8 )
- Non-members: $100
- TMA members: $75
- Educator’s discount: $60 (please inquire for registration instructions)
- Carlsbad Aquafarm
- Catalina Offshore Products
- Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute
- Living Coast Discovery Center
- San Diego Fishermen’s Working Group
- San Diego Oceans Foundation
- Vesper Wines
- Cook + Schmid
Check website for more details.+6:00 pm5th annual Maritime Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony: The Sustainable Seafood Sensation Returns
−Cooking Seafood with Catalina Offshore at Great News!6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Cooking Seafood with Catalina Offshore
Instructor: GOMES & FELMLEY
Date: Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
CALL FOR AVAILABILITY 858-270-1582+6:30 pmCooking Seafood with Catalina Offshore at Great News!
−SAN DIEGO BAY WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL (all-day)Nov 18 – Nov 24
Join the celebration!
For a schedule of events, tickets and hotels visit, see event website.+SAN DIEGO BAY WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL (all-day)
−La Plancha Pop-Up Dinner: Celebration of Baja & Tequila Tasting6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
A unique collaboration of Baja and San Diego chefs to include Chad White of Plancha Baja Med, Javier Plascencia of Mision 19 and Jason Knibb of Nine-Ten. Feast upon 6 uniquely styled courses with handpicked tequila pairings selected by Marcela Valladolid of Hacienda de la Flor and Food Network’s Mexican Made Easy. The Plancha Baja Med tagline is “It’s like a high 5 in the mouth” and with this line up of chefs, it promises to do just that.
The term plancha is Spanish for “iron” and is the type of griddle used in Mexican cooking, similar to a flat top grill. “Baja Med” refers to the culinary movement where Mexican, Mediterranean and Asian cuisine are fused together to create one mouthwatering flavor explosion. Chef Chad White began a journey of pop-up dinners in this style, where he is able to take creative liberty to cook what he wants, however he wants, wherever he wants. The sky is the limit. Now’s your chance to take part in the La Plancha experience.
Date: Monday, November 18, 2013
Time: 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Location: Romesco Baja Med Bistro
Attire: Sophisticated Casual
Call (760) 845-0911 to reserve your seat.
For more information, click here.+6:30 pmLa Plancha Pop-Up Dinner: Celebration of Baja & Tequila Tasting
−November Slow Sips at 1500 Ocean at the Hotel Del6:30 pm – 8:00 pmHope to see you there!!+6:30 pmNovember Slow Sips at 1500 Ocean at the Hotel Del
−Storytellers Pop-Up Dinner With Todo Mundo6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Each event will showcase 7 tracks from a local musician paired with 7 courses of organic cuisine. Each track is detailed by the artist followed by the chefs explanation of his dish and then finally the music is performed live while guests enjoy their pairing experience.
Each guest will receive a CD, 7 courses, 7 live tracks, and 2 home brews for $65
Click here for tickets and more information.+6:00 pmStorytellers Pop-Up Dinner With Todo Mundo