SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — KRON’s Vicki Liviakis was dining and dishing with students and Olympian Chef Brian Boitano, who makes a mean Panna Coat, on Friday evening.
Brian Boitano, Olympic gold medalist and celebrity chef, will create a sumptuous dinner benefiting Bay Scholars on Friday, August 19 at Credo Restaurant in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District. Two seatings are available to meet Brian and enjoy a dinner inspired by Brian’s Northern Italian heritage and culinary expertise. Both seatings will begin with a cocktail reception in the Archive Room at Credo where Brian will meet and greet each guest with a signature cocktail specially created for this evening. Then diners will adjourn to the main dining room for a spectacular three-course Italian inspired dinner prepared by Brian and the Credo culinary team paired to beautiful estate grown Mezzacorona wines from the Italian Alps.
There will be two dinner seatings, the first seating commencing at 6:00 p.m. and the second seating at 8:00 p.m. Both seatings are priced at $200/person with proceeds benefiting Bay Scholars. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any dietary restrictions and/or allergies.
Bay Scholars exists to make it possible for promising low-income scholars across the Bay Area to have access to and flourish at successful college preparatory Catholic high schools. A 501 (c) (3) nonprofit Bay Area network hub for change through education, Bay Scholars was founded in 2007 by Catholic philanthropist Clint Reilly. The aim of Bay Scholars is to give back to Bay Area Communities through the most important gift — education. For more information: www.bayscholars.org