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5/1 Bake Sale to Protect AAPI Lives | Zuni Cafe - San Francisco

Melanie Wong | Apr 30, 202110:07 PM    

Saturday May 1 starting at 11am, an all star roster of our area's finest bakers and pastry chefs is raising money to protect AAPI lives. Hosted by Zuni Cafe (1658 Market St, SF), 100% of proceeds from purchases and donations will go to AAPI Women Lead, the Asian Pacific American Community Center, and Third Culture Bakery’s community safety kits. Pastry boxes are $30 apiece with five pastries of your choosing. No limit on the number of boxes that can be purchased. Credit/debit only.

Zuni has hosted other fundraisers and things usually sell out fast. Plan to arrive early and expect a line.

Here's the complete menu by participant and some preview photos: https://www.instagram.com/p/COTT9sRBZsn/

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