Mark your calendars and get ready for Bayview’s longest-running annual event! That’s right, the 37th Annual Black Cuisine Festival is next Saturday and it’s going to be more soulful than ever.
With more than 2,000 guests expected this year, The Black Cuisine Festival honors the cultural contributions of African Americans and generations of sharing delectable cuisine with their communities. One of the biggest highlights of the event each year is the Soul Food Cooking contest where food novices and chefs have the opportunity to show off their culinary talents and the winners will receive cash prizes.
Guests will also enjoy live music throughout the day by Bay Area musicians, vendor booths, a kid’s zone and a variety of delicious bites like fried chicken, catfish, oxtails, black-eyed peas, mac and cheese, cornbread, sweet potato pie, peach cobbler and pound cake.
WHAT: 37th Annual Black Cuisine Festival
WHEN: Saturday, March 4 from 11:00am – 6:00pm
WHERE: 1753 Carroll Avenue at Third Street
COST: Free admission (Food and activities available for purchase). All proceeds benefit the programs at Bayview Senior Services.