Here’s a must-see for any aspiring chef looking to succeed in the city: an all-star panel featuring a bunch of the Mission’s hottest chefs spilling all their secrets about making it big in such a tumultuous industry.
It’s all going down at the Commonwealth Club this Thursday, as Anthony Myint (Mission Chinese), Richie Nakano (Hapa Ramen), Iso Rabins (ForageSF), and Craig Stoll (Delfina) recount all their best stories on how they climbed the SF food chain to get where they are now, moderated by none other than Rice, Paper, Scissors‘ own Valerie Luu. And the fun continues right afterwards in the form of a panelist-created guerrilla dining experience across the street at Foodlab, hosted by the other half of RPS, Katie Kwan.
Oh wait, I forgot to mention the best part–we’re giving away two free tickets to the panel to the two commenters who can tell the best story about the most bizarre meal they’ve ever had here in the city. The contest ends promptly at noon on Wednesday, and winners will be judged on merit as well as general sauciness.
Check out all the details for the event and get tickets for the panel or dinner here.