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Let’s Do Dinner, by Design

Let’s Do Dinner, by Design

Let's Do Dinner, by Design | SFLUXE


Dinner guests at the table designed Jonathan Adler for Kravet at the 2012 gala (Photo: Drew Altizer)

The annual DIFFA DINING BY DESIGN will return to San Francisco a month earlier this year. Among the talented architects and designers participating are Gensler, Pottery Barn, Kravet, John K. Anderson Design, Khrome Studios, Academy of Art University, FIDM: Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, ASID, and Cluster by Tyler Bradford. Please join the festivities in a new venue, the beautiful City View at Metreon with three different opportunities to see the designers’ most over-the-top dining environments:

Tuesday, October 29th, 2013
6:00PM — 10:00PM
Tickets are $ 100.00 online and $ 125.00 at the door

Designers and guests mingle, preview table installations, sip fine La Crema wines paired with culinary tastes from top Bay Area chefs/restaurants and enjoy special cocktails by Patrón Tequila.

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013
10:00AM — 1:00PM
Tickets are available online for $ 50.00

Be entertained and enlightened in this new in-the-light-of-day event. Tour the many unique dining environment installations while enjoying a Nespresso coffee, Samovar teas and a sweet light bite. Then be uplifted as Cristina Pena, global ambassador for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, shares her personal story.

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013
6:00PM — 10:00PM
A limited amount of dinner tickets for $ 500.00 are still available here

Mingle at this spectacular preview cocktail reception and partake of an elegant seated dinner. Guests will enjoy a reception followed by three-course gourmet dinner at one of the breathtaking table environments.

Faiella Design and Andre Rothblatt
Faiella Design and Andre Rothblatt Architecture for the San Francisco Design Center (Photo: ES Creation)
Aldea for 7x7
Aldea for 7×7 and California Home + Design (Photo: ES Creation)

Your participation in this unique event will provide urgently needed funding for local HIV/AIDS research and care. Greater demands are being placed on the health care system with medical advances now allowing people with HIV/AIDS to live longer and healthier lives. DINING BY DESIGN provides support for the UCSF Positive Health Program at San Francisco General Hospital, which cares for the more than 3,000 people with HIV/AIDS.

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