SF2BAY Pop Ups October 28th
- 10% of sales will benefit SPARK
- Use coupon code SPARK
- Order from as many restaurants as you’d like and pick up at one of the two SF2BAY locations (Mill Valley or San Rafael).
- Order by Wednesday 10/27 10am for Limon and Beit Rima & Wednesday 10/27 8pm for Burma (unless they sell out first!)
- Items need to be warmed. Heating instructions provided.
- Please note due to unforeseen circumstances outside of our control, Umma has been replaced by Beit Rima
Executive chef, Martín Castillo, and his brothers opened their first restaurant Limon in 2002 on 17th Street in the Mission. The goal was simple: introduce the dynamic flavors of Peruvian cuisine to the renowned San Francisco food scene. The restaurant quickly gained recognition from top restaurant critics and national publications.
Today, the Castillo family continues to own & operate multiple Limon Rotisserie locations in the Bay Area & beyond. On October 25th we happily celebrate Limón Day – declared by San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee in 2011. Note, items need to be warmed. Instructions included.
Pre-order by Wednesday 10/27 at 10:00am here
Beit Rima (Mediterranean):
Beit Rima has drawn crowds for “Arabic comfort food” like muhummara, fattoush, and fresh, hand-kneaded bread. Beit Rima translates to “Rima’s house.” (The chef’s mother’s name is Rima.) Meals here really do feel like a feast prepared by an accomplished home cook. In other words, the food is all comfort. The menu is an ode to Palestinian and Jordanian flavors: Expect simple, satisfying dishes; flatbreads scattered thick with za’atar; fresh, crunchy fattoush; and grilled kebabs.
Pre-order by Wednesday 10/27 at 6pm here
If you want to try a lot of things, the mezze sampler comes with a bunch of standards like hummus, labneh, falafel, baba ganoush, pickles and muhammara that you’ll want to dip their hand-kneaded bread into on repeat.
Known for its bustling tables and legendary wait times, the Burma Superstar has become a Bay Area institution. Established in 1992, Burma Superstar introduced the bold flavors of Burma (Myanmar) to the Bay Area and beyond. With influences from neighboring India and China, as well as Thailand and Laos, Burmese food is a unique blend of flavors, and Burma Superstar includes such stand-out dishes as the iconic Tea Leaf Salad, Platha (a buttery layered flatbread), and Mohinga, a rice noodle soup served in a savory fish broth that is arguably Myanmar’s national dish.
Pre-order by Wednesday 10/27 at 8pm here
Left Bank Monday Night Dinners
Every Monday, Left Bank creates a delicious SPARK Family Meal for 4 for $50 and donates 20% back to our schools! You can order online starting on Sunday for pick up on Monday.
- Select “SPARK Family Meal” when you order.
- Please share with your friends, family and neighbors.
Nov 1 Coq Au Vin served with mixed green salad, linguine, and brussel sprouts
Nov 8 Fried Chicken served with Mashed Potatoes, Caesar Salad, roasted carrots
Nov 15 Beef Bourguignon served with mashed potatoes, butter lettuce salad, and brussel sprouts
Nov 22 Roasted Pork served with Mac and Cheese, roasted potatoes, and Caesar Salad
Nov 29 Coq Au Vin served with mixed green salad, linguine, and brussel sprouts
Dec 6 Fried Chicken served with Mashed Potatoes, Caesar Salad, roasted carrots
Dec 13 Beef Bourguignon served with mashed potatoes, butter lettuce salad, and brussel sprouts
Dec 20 Roasted Pork served with Mac and Cheese, roasted potatoes, and Caesar Salad