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Melanie Wong | Apr 27, 202107:24 PM    

Chefs Stopping AAPI Hate is offering a curated dinner series each Tuesday during the month of May in San Francisco, Washington DC and Manhattan to use the power of food to raise awareness and funds for Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations fighting hate. Tickets for the series are $150 each and the five-course, take-out meal feeds two. Proceeds from each ticket sale will be donated directly to a local AAPI non-profit.

(The participants in San Francisco represent many of the city's top kitchens and pastry chefs. The pick up address of 1625 Post Street in SF is Nari Restaurant. It has the smoothest drive-up, contactless pick-up system I've experienced.)

Chefs Stopping AAPI Hate

Unique curated fine dining takeout series ft. AAPI & ally chefs to raise money and benefit AAPI organizations fighting anti-Asian racism. Stand...

www.chefsstoppingaapihate.com
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