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Schools out for the Summer

Summer is right around the corner, which means it’s time to celebrate the end of the 2016 school year! What better way to recognize our graduates than with Good Food. Whether it’s preschool, middle school, high school or college, there are plenty of things on our Early Summer Menu that will satisfy everyone’s needs. Let us do the work for you so you can relax and enjoy the celebration as well. Graduation Celebration Menu: Start the party off with our colorful and delicious Roasted Golden Beet and Peach Salad with Charred Peppers and Capricho de Cabra Chevre Cheese with Champagne Vinaigrette. The goat cheese paired with the peaches gives you a mouthful of summer bliss. Take summer flavors to the next level with our new Belfiore Bocconcini Mozzarella and Cherry Tomato Skewers with House Made Basil Pesto – a simple and easy-to-eat caprese salad on a skewer! For the main dish, add some finger sandwiches to your menu: easy to eat, they’re delicious, for all ages. The Focaccia Finger Sandwich marinated with Harissa – Grilled Eggplants, Tomato, Cucumber and Hummus is a favorite among vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. The Acme Baguette Finger Sandwiches with La Quercia Prosciutto, Belfiore Mozzarella, Hikari Farms Greens, Basil and Balsamic Vinegar is perfect for your meat lovers. Don’t hassle with a big cake, when you can get mini cupcakes! The perfect bite-size sweets, they allow you to offer more variety of flavors to please all palates. Try our Creamery’s new seasonal cupcake flavors like – Key Lime Yoghurt or Cookies N’ Cream Chocolate. Reach out to one of our Sales Associates to talk through...

Earth Day the Bi-Rite Way

This Earth Day we want to share with our values with you and give you a glimpse into our daily processes for preparing your food. We understand the impact food companies leave on the environment, and we do our part to mitigate waste as much as possible. When people understand where their food comes from, they are joining our mission to spread awareness in environmentally conscious catering. AS FRESH AS YOU CAN GET Starting with organic, locally sourced food, our kitchen orders all ingredients fresh per order. This not only gives the finest flavors to our dishes, but also helps ensure that there will not be leftover ingredients for waste. COMPOST + RECYCLE Compostables are environmentally friendly, and not to mention eco-chic! We minimize our carbon footprint by offering compostable items for a small fee, which also leaves an easy clean-up for you after your event. Add in our new authentic Kraft butcher paper table covering and not only are you a trend-setter but also a smart composter. When you support companies that do good, you are doing good, and you create a demand in your community to let those good food companies thrive and push other companies to raise their food standards. Don’t settle for tasty food, raise your standards and get good AND environmentally conscious food. Help us keep the Earth clean and next time you are having a party or picnic in the park, think of us and be proud to know where your food comes from. Thank you for using sustainable catering and being a steward of the...

Spring Green’s For St. Paddy’s Day

Our favorite greens including asparagus, green garlic, and baby artichokes are taking over our Early Spring 2016 Peak of Season Menu, and we couldn’t be more excited. If you love spring greens as much as we do, then you will definitely be salivating over the local asparagus grilled to perfection and the crunch of fresh snap peas. Our top picks from the early spring menu, not only make an ideal side dish but will also add the perfect touch of green for your St. Paddy’s Day celebration. The Curried Cous Cous Salad with Charred Local Asparagus, Broccolini, Orland Farmstead Feta  Cheese, and Hikari Farm Greens is bursting with fresh herbs, including green garlic, parsley, and basil. The Baia Pasta Salad with Local Asparagus, Grilled Spring Onions, Pickled Peppers, Kale Pesto and Ricotta Salata combines all of spring green essentials in one amazing dish. These flavor rich dishes are healthy and hearty, and not to mention green, which will look gorgeous next to your corned beef and cabbage. Wash it all down with some of our favorite local brews! Give us a call to talk through the entire early spring menu and see what will work best for your next event. Even if you’re not hosting, you can still celebrate the flavors of spring. Stop by one of Bi-Rite Market’s locations, Divisadero or 18th Street, and check out the house-made prepared foods. Or, shop our online markets to have your favorite dishes and groceries delivered right to your doorstep within an...

3 Reasons To Experience West Coast Craft

The weather is warming up, so get your gang together to explore the finest Northern California cheeses like you’ve never experienced them before, paired with select craft beers from the West Coast and beyond! Whether you’re with your coworkers, family, friends, or book club, there is always a reason to bring people together over cheese. Read on to get the scoop on how our West Coast Craft: Beer & Cheese Experience will liven up your next party: #1 Get to Know Local: We pride ourselves in providing our guests with the very best, responsibly-produced food and beverages, many of them crafted right in our own backyard! Our West Coast Craft tasting experience allows you to deeply explore our selection of the Bay Area’s finest cheeses through craft beers. The Saint George cheese is from our neighbors up north in Santa Rosa, CA, who emigrated from the Portuguese Azores and brought with them recipes for their homeland’s native cheeses. This cheese is buttery yet sharp, with a pleasing mouth feel and rich texture. Brewed right here in the Presidio of San Francisco, the KSLA Kolsh-Style Ale is light, crisp, and refreshing. One of Fort Point Beer Company’s core beers, they deliver to our door – you can’t get more local than that! It pairs beautifully with light, fresh cheeses. #2 Throw Out the Status Quo: We all know wine and cheese pairs well together, but beer can often be a better match for cheese. The carbonation in beer pairs extremely well with the salt and creaminess in cheeses, plus it cleanses the palate to keep it lively. Both beer and cheese are agricultural products...
New Winter Menu Now Available

New Winter Menu Now Available

Having an event and don’t know where to start? Let us help you! Take a look at our new Winter Menu below where we highlight some of our favorite menu items, paired them with some of our favorite wines. LUNCH Salad of Local Winter Chicories with Blood Oranges, Toasted Pistachios, Feta Cheese and Sherry Vinaigrette Pairs well with Serge Lalou Sancerre Loire, France 2014 Soba Noodles with Napa Cabbage, Cilantro, Green Onions and Tamari-Ginger Vinaigrette Pairs well with Tatomer Riesling Mini Baguette Finger Sandwiches Roasted Yam, Goat Cheese, Pickled Red Onions, Cilantro Pesto Pairs well with Poe Chardonnay “Ferrington Vineyard” Chardonnay Anderson Valley, CA Lemon Cupcakes DINNER Sweet Potato and Laura Chenel Goat Cheese Tartlet with Crispy Quinoa and Meyer Lemon Pairs well with Copain “Tous Ensemble” Chardonnay Anderson Valley, CA Roasted Golden Beets and Brussel Sprouts with Fig-balsamic Vinaigrette and Toasted Hazelnuts Pairs well with Domaine de la Bastide Syrah Vielle Vignes “les Genêts” Languedoc, France Baia Pasta Salad with Grilled Chicories, Roasted Butternut Squash, Pickled Peppers, Kale Pesto and Ricotta Salata Pairs well with Domaine de la Bastide Syrah Vielle Vignes “les Genêts” Languedoc, France 2013 Mini Baguette Finger Sandwiches with Slow-Roasted Estancia Grass-Fed New York Strip, Caramelized Onions and Mushrooms and Point Reyes Farmstead Blue Cheese Pairs well with Domaine de la Bastide Syrah Vielle Vignes “les Genêts” Languedoc, France 201 Apple Pie RECEPTION Honey Roasted Apple and Ricotta Tartlet with Pancetta and Point Reyes Farmstead Blue Cheese Pairs well with Copain “Tous Ensemble” Chardonnay Anderson Valley, CA Wild Mushroom Arancini with Mozzarella, Parmigiano Reggiano and Thyme Pairs well with Lapierre “Raisin Gaulois” VdF Beaujolais Focaccia Flatbread with Butternut Squash, Sautéed...
Good Food Sunday with Grace Lo

Good Food Sunday with Grace Lo

Good Food begins with relationships: relationships with vendors, farmers, and community. If you ever get the chance to volunteer for the Good Food Awards, jump at the opportunity! Meet driven food crafters who care about what goes into their product, passionate vendors who provide a platform for artisan food crafters to thrive and common folk like me who love to learn more about responsibly-made goods! Working ticket sales at the Good Food Awards Marketplace on Sunday, was the perfect spot to educate people about what ‘good food’ means, and get them excited to sample winning products. There was everything from beer to confections to preserves to cheese to honey! Pro tip #1: Get there EARLY so you beat the crowds, actually get the chance to speak to the crafters, and hear the story behind their product. Things do sell out! Pro tip #2: Bring a tote bag because once you sample everything, there’s no way you can resist buying some to take home! Let’s continue on the Good Food rampage to the Cheese Monger Invitational, where it was an all-you-can-taste cheese extravaganza. There was every type of cheese imaginable, plus cheese hors d’oeuvres, cheese fondue, and grilled cheeses. If you missed out, you can still get a taste of heaven from our upcoming Beer and Cheese package, complete with tasting notes and savory garnish. Beer week is coming up in San Francisco, and good food can really bring out the flavors in your beer. We are here to help make sure you pair...