SF Amatrice Event to Raise Funds for Italy Earthquake Relief

SF Amatrice fundraiser

A fundraiser for Amatrice earthquake relief efforts will take place on Sept. 25 in San Francisco.

A fundraiser for Amatrice earthquake relief efforts is scheduled to take place this Sunday, September 25 in San Francisco.

Beginning at 12 pm, the event will feature Italian food and drinks from top San Francisco Italian restaurants, cafes and food shops, including 54 Mint, which will host the event.

Among the treats on offer: antipasti, pinsa, pasta all’amatriciana, gelato, espresso, bread, wine, and Italian cocktails, including the Aperol Spritz, Americano and Negroni.

The event runs until 8pm. Tickets are sold in two-hour time blocks (12pm-2pm, 2pm-4pm, 4pm-6pm, 6pm-8pm), with different restaurants serving at each time slot.

All proceeds from the fundraiser will be donated to the Comune di Amatrice.

For the full list of participating restaurants and to buy your tickets, visit the SF Amatrice website, and follow the #SFamatrice hashtag on social media.

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