San Francisco Eats: A History of San Francisco in its Food
on view through March 20, 2011
at San Francisco’s Main Library
This exhibition focusing on the restaurants, street vendors and recipes that have characterized San Francisco from the Gold Rush to the Slow Food movement. Through menus, historic photos, ephemera and cookbooks drawn from the San Francisco Public Library collections, along with loans from institutions and individuals, San Francisco Eats examines how immigration, geography and tourism have informed the city’s exuberant food culture.
An “all you can eat” array of food-themed films, workshops and panels has also been scheduled for the run of the exhibition.
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