St. Vincent’s Garden:

Sunday July 13th!!

 

Join us for a special farm dinner with our friends at Petaluma’s Bloomfield Farms!

Sunday, July 13th, 4pm-9pm
Transportation provided!!

Featuring Wines from Banshee, Kutch, and Wind Gap

Dear Friends of SV:

A few years back, my friend Michael Agins invited me to his beautiful farm in the small hamlet of Bloomfield, just west of Petaluma. At the time the place was more of a getaway – and a spectacularly-appointed one at that — but it has since evolved into a working farm, overseen by Caley Morrison and in-house culinarian Andrea Blum. Since my first visit, I’ve wanted to host a dinner there, and now I’m getting my chance.    

On July 13th, Michael and his team open Bloomfield’s barn to St. Vincent – and we’ll have a handful of top-flight local winemakers in tow, including Pax Mahle of Pax & Wind Gap; Noah Dorrance of Banshee Wines; and Pinot Noir purist Jamie Kutch.

Much as we love the Mission, we’re excited to get out of the city and cook with ingredients sourced from Bloomfield and its immediate neighbors – and that includes the wines, which hail from vineyards a mere stone’s throw away. Join us!! — David Lynch

 

*Provisional menu from Chef Bill Niles:

SV  bread + cultured butter + cured olives

c1. tomato + albacore // anise hyssop + sunflower
      sweet lettuces + raw/grilled vegetables from the garden + our vinegar
      duck liver mousse + coal-roasted stonefruit + pickled onion       
      lamb carpaccio + sauce vierge + garden herbs
      
c2. mixed roast of rossotti goat
        w/ shell beans cooked in marrow
        w/ sweet corn + saffron
        w/ lacinato kale + anchovy
 
c3.  pie + sheeps milk gelato

 

The Wines

In addition to sourcing all food from Bloomfield & its closest neighbors, we’ve gathered group of vintners who are sourcing grapes from vineyards in very close proximity to the farm. Pax Mahle of Wind Gap will be bringing his “Gap’s Crown” Chardonnay and “Majik Vineyard” Syrah, Jamie Kutch will be bringing his “Falstaff” and “Sonoma Coast” Pinot Noirs, and Banshee will have its “Rice-Spivak” Pinot and a few other surprises. More on these great young wineries here:

www.bansheewines.com
www.kutchwines.com
www.windgapwines.com

                                   

$165/person covers EVERYTHING,

incl. tax, gratuity, great wines,
& transportation

 

***TICKETS VIA EVENTBRITE HERE:

 

PRIVATE EVENTS AT ST VINCENT

From receptions for up to 130 people to more intimate, educational wine tastings, St. Vincent hosts a wide variety of private events. Our open floor plan gives us tremendous flexibility in how we utilize the space, and our kitchen, helmed by Chef Bill Niles, can turn out anything from canapés to multi-course seated meals. Expert beverage guidance is provided by Owner/Wine Director David Lynch, who curates St. Vincent’s wine and beer program, recently named an Open Table “Diner’s Choice” winner.

Awarded Three Stars from the San Francisco Chronicle, St. Vincent is an American tavern, working with the best, most seasonal ingredients. Chef Bill Niles, previously of Bar Tartine, is a native of Philadelphia and draws on many East Coast influences in his cooking, often reaching down to the southeastern US for inspiration. James Beard Award-winning sommelier and author David Lynch complements this bold cuisine with an extensive, eclectic beverage selection, including more than 100 wines under $100. Bill and David are always available to work with you directly on food and wine choices for your event. (For current menus and wine list, please see the “Eat” and “Drink” sections of this site.)

EVENT TYPES & PRICING STRUCTURES

Luncheons (12pm-4pm, Mon-Sat)

St. Vincent is not open for regular lunch service, but can host seated, private luncheons for up to 40 people (as well as larger ‘stand-up’ receptions). Pricing for seated luncheons begins at $35/person for food ($25/person for ‘stand up’ events with lighter fare), with beverages charged on consumption. 8.75% CA Sales Tax and 20% gratuity added. Lunch events represent excellent value, offering an opportunity to “own” the space at a fraction of the cost of an evening buyout.

Buyouts (evenings, Mon-Sun)

A food & beverage minimum of $5,000 (before Tax & 20% Gratuity) is required for evening buyouts Mon-Wed; the minimum increases to $6,000 from Thu-Sat. There are no other charges other than those for food and beverage. St. Vincent is typically closed Sundays, so pricing varies for Sunday buyouts based on the style and size of the event.

Offsite Catering (open)

Or we can come to you: We cater events of any size, with food pricing starting at $25/person for 4 different passed items. Service charges and other expenses apply. All of our wines are available for retail sale as needed.

OTHER SERVICES

As needed, we are happy to provide (at competitive rates): Valet Service; Custom Menus; Party Favors (such as our house-made vinegar or copies of David Lynch’s books); Floral Arrangements; Audio/Visual; Custom-Designed Wine Education Programs

CONTACT US AT 415-285-1200; stvincentevents@gmail.com

ADDRESS: 1270 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 (Between 23rd & 24th Streets in San Francisco’s Mission District)

PHONE: 415-285-1200

PARKING: Public Parking Lot at the Mission-Barlett Garage, 21st Street between Valencia/Mission