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Slow Dining Adventure at Bradley’s Fine Diner
August 18, 2016 • 6:30 pm — 8:30 pm
Are you looking for a new twist on tasty down-home food?
“American cuisine with comfort food classics interpreted through a seasonal, local, and yes, farm-to-table point of view… …is in Menlo Park, steps away from the Caltrain station, making it an easy trek by train from San Francisco or San Jose…. ….the dinnerware is rustic ceramic Korin Tableware – and each dish is served in a different vessel …… Southern cuisine at it’s finest!”
It’s all right here, in Menlo Park at:
Chef Bradley Ogden–winner of two James Beard awards–brings his concept of fresh, locally sourced ingredients to our four-course dinner, created especially for our Slow Food South Bay group.
Come join us for this dinner on the patio!
Cost is $58 (tax and gratuity included), drinks are on your own.
Choose your drink from a great selection of local craft beers, wines and seasonal cocktails.
Click here to reserve your seat(s) through Brown Paper Tickets:
Prepayment is required.
Date: Thursday, August 18th
Time: 6:30, dinner served at 7:00
Menu: 4-course dinner (to be announced)
Location: Bradley’s Fine Diner (BFD)
1165 Merrill Street, Menlo Park
For more details about this event, contact Dagmar Logie, your host and Slow Food South Bay board member: (650) 619-2740
Learn more about BFD in this restaurant review:
“The first thing you notice when walking up to the new Bradley’s Fine Diner (BFD) is the large wrap around front porch, or veranda if, like me, you’re from the South. It’s a great place to start your experience at the latest eatery from the James Beard Award-winning chef Bradley Ogden. Sip a cocktail or have a spot of tea. Heaters make it cozy on cool…”