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Oct 8, 2012 10:16 AM

Omnivore World Tour, San Francisco

Does anyone know when tickets will be available for this upcoming event? October 19 - 21?

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  1. Here is the official site:

    Booking for SF just says "Coming soon".

    4 Replies
    1. re: od_sf

      Thanks. I've been haunting the site. But isn't it getting awfully late?

      1. re: mangeur

        I was just browsing that site. It looks interesting, I may attend some of the class sessions. Thanks for the link.

        The Reserve link is broken, but if you look at the pages listing the classes or parties, there are links labeled "Billetterie en ligne" and these take you to a page to buy tickets.

        The events are quite reasonably priced as well.

      2. re: od_sf

        Wow, that's an impressive negative example of Web design. They've postponed it a month.

        Try this:

        Friday, November 9th, 2012

        Dominique Crenn & Alexandre Gauthier @ Atelier Crenn.
        Joshua Skenes & Davy Schellemans @ Saison.
        James Syhabout, Jeremiah Stone & Fabian Von Hauske @ Commis.

        Sunday, November 11th, 2012

        Jason Fox & Thomas Lim @ Commonwealth

        The links on that page work to get to the other events.

        1. re: Robert Lauriston

          Thanks for the GPS. That is a serious Darwin award website.

      3. I attended most of the events and have to say it was one of the best value Bay Area food events I have attended. It was pleasantly uncrowded so the cooking classes today with Josh Skenes and Dominique Crenn felt very intimate, with the ability to actually have a conversations and try some of their spectacular prepared ingredients. I think I would have been disappointed if I had paid for only the "party" with six bites by local chefs and 2 samples of wine (and plenty of cheese and salumi and a DJ) but as a whole the weekend was really great to see the ideas that drive Danny Bowien, Roland Passot, Thomas Lim, Mark Bright, Caleb Mosley, Jeremiah Stone, Corey Lee, Joshua Skenes, Davy Schellemans, and Dominique Crenn was fun, and everyone actually got to have a conversation, unlike many mobbed by hipster events.