Feast on the star of the evening, a whole roasted pig from Marin-based Devil’s Gulch Ranch, while you nosh on succulent summer corn, summer salads and slaw, and the ultimate summertime indulgence: fresh fruit cobbler.
This Valentine’s Day, dine with us for a delicious meal of California comfort fare in our cozy, Castro neighborhood restaurant. Our Valentine’s Day offerings provide something for everyone, and allow for a completely customizable experience; Explore new flavors through our prix fix menu (also available à la carte), a three-course offering of deliciousness–from Foie Gras Flan, port caramel, & toasted brioche to a grilled ny steak, cornmeal popovers, creamed broccoli and gorgonzola dolce–served with a glass of bubbles. If comfort is what you are after, our regular menu will be available as well.
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Joining Starbelly for this final summer dinner is SF’s own Pacific Brewing Laboratory. Founder Bryan Hermannsson started Pacific Brewing in his garage as a place to experiment with new beer flavors, styles, and brewing techniques. Bryan brews small batches which allows for constant beer experimentation. They have been known to create exotic beer styles such as their Hibiscus Saison, Squid Ink Black IPA, Chamomile Ale, Lemongrass IPA, and Szechwan Peppercorn Red ale, wine soaked oak aged Brown Ale.
Joining Starbelly for this dinner is Bay Area-based brewery, Headlands Brewing Company. Headlands Brewing has a passion for the art of brewing that is expressed through their roots in traditional styles, with a tilt toward the experimental side. Influenced and driven by 20+ years of combined brewing experience, they respect historical styles while driving their boundaries to new limits.
Joining Starbelly for the second dinner is the Anderson Valley Brewing Co. Founded in 1987, Anderson Valley Brewing began brewed out of a 10-barrel brewhouse, located in the lower level of its brewpub, The Buckhorn Saloon. Using stainless steel vats, brewed and fermented barley, and other specialty grains, Anderson Valley creates outstanding ales, porters, stouts, and wheat beers. Anderson Valley Brewing Co. will be present at the picnic and selling their beer for purchase at the event.
The first dinner kicks off with guest brewers, Calicraft Brewing. Calicraft brews beer with a sense of place. They take unexpected, California-grown ingredients, like starthistle honey, Cluster hops, and anise hyssop, and use them as a point of inspiration. They like to think of their beer as the best of California, in a bottle. Calicraft brewers will be present at the picnic and selling their beer for purchase at the event.