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Tartine Manufactory Rolls Out Dinner Service, Starting with a Series

Now you won’t have to stand in line

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Tartine Manufactory
Tartine Manufactory
Patricia Chang

The lines formed quickly after Tartine Manufactory launched its breakfast and lunch offerings. Now it’s time for dinner, and they’re kicking it off with a series of ticketed dinners.

The dinners will run Wednesday, November 2 through Sunday, November 6 as a ticketed prix fixe dinner at $50 per person. It’s all family style, with four savory courses from chef Sam Goinsalvos (Il Buco Alimentari), and finish with a plated dessert from Tartine co-founder Liz Prueitt (she also recently launched her ice cream shop within the Manufactory, Tartine Cookies and Cream). Tickets are available here.

While breakfast and lunch has been solely counter service to this point, dinner is going to be full service. After the dinner series concludes, an a la carte menu will become available on November 9 from 5:30 p.m.- 10 p.m. on Wednesday through Sunday. Expect dinner to launch seven days a week in December. (If lunch lines are any indication, don’t wait to make a reservation ASAP.)

Tartine Manufactory

595 Alabama Street, , CA 94110 (415) 757-0007 Visit Website

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