Where can I purchase tickets?
Tickets can be purchased here
Can I refund my ticket?
No. Refunds will not be issued.
What’s the dress code?
Dress code is semi-formal/cocktail attire. It will be enforced.
Where is Plate by Plate SF held this year?
It is held at San Francisco Design Center at 101 Henry Adams St, San Francisco, CA 94103.
What are the date and times of Plate by Plate SF?
Plate by Plate SF will be held on September 7, 2019. VIP entry begins at 6PM and General Admission begins at 7PM. The event ends at 10PM.
Can I leave the event and enter back in?
There are no in & out privileges.
Are there smoking areas?
Plate by Plate is a 100% smoke-free event.
Can I bring a guest under 21 years old?
Plate by Plate SF is a 21+ only event. All guests must have a valid photo ID to show at the door. No one without a valid ID will be admitted into the event. Anyone under the age of 21 will be stopped at the door, refused entry and tickets will not be refunded. Please don’t bring infants or small children in child carriers as they will not be permitted entry.
Can I transfer my ticket to someone else?
Yes. To transfer a ticket to another person, please email email@example.com. Project by Project reserves the right to deny access to the event to any person other than the original purchaser of the ticket if the transfer was not notified to Project by Project. If access is denied, tickets will not be refunded.
What do I get with a VIP ticket?
VIP Admission ticket includes: 1 hour early entrance to the event at 6PM to try all the vendors before GA. Also access to our VIP lounge, mixologists, and a 3-course seated tasting (sign-up required).
What is Plate by Plate?
Plate by Plate is the annual tasting benefit hosted by Project by Project, where proceeds from ticket sales are donated to our beneficiary partner for the year. We collect local restaurant and beverage vendors throughout the Bay Area to bring you an opportunity for unlimited bites and drinks. To learn more about Plate by Plate San Francisco, please visit us at https://platebyplate.org/sf-press-release. To learn more about Project by Project, please visit us at http://www.projectbyproject.org/pbpsf
Who is this year’s beneficiary partner?
For 2019, Project by Project’s national theme is Homelessness, and this year, SF is partnered with Gum Moon Women’s Residence! You can learn more about their organization by visiting https://projectbyproject.org/partner-with-us-sf