Noodle Fest 2010: A Cultural and Culinary Celebration

"Chinatown Community Development Center and North Beach Merchants Association are putting on Noodle Fest 2010: Chinatown and North Beach, A Cultural and Culinary Celebration for you to come out and sample delicious noodle and pasta dishes from over thirty restaurants from Chinatown and North Beach! So come ready to mingle, enjoy live entertainment, watch noodle making demonstrations by renowned chefs, vote for your favorite restaurant from both neighborhoods, and enter in an exciting raffle contest!

Raffle Drawing: 6:30pm (grand prize: two roundtrip tickets from San Francisco to New York City)

Event Organizers: Chinatown Community Development Center and North Beach Merchants Association

Host: Supervisor David Chiu

Sponsors: Central Subway Design Team (Parsons Brinckerhoff, Kwan Henmi Architects, Michael Willis Architects, Telamon Engineering Consultants), SF Arts Commission, PG&E, Wells Fargo, Recology

How to Get There: MUNI Lines 1, 8X, 10, 12, 30, 45, Cable Car

Chinatown Park & Ride ($3 all day parking with validation stamp at Welcome Tables)

Golden Gateway Garage at 250 Clay Street| Free Shuttle Service to Chinatown Every 15 Minutes

*This is a green event, which means all your bowls and utensils are compostable!"

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