It’s time to celebrate 41 years of Black Cuisine, a delicious fundraiser for Bayview Senior Services. Black Cuisine was founded by the late DR. GEORGE W. DAVIS in 1979, highlighting the best of soul food and African American culture. What started out as a soul food cooking contest amongst seniors to educate youth about their rich African American history, evolved into the longest standing festival in Bayview Hunters Point. The festival attracts thousands with its food booths, vendors, live entertainment and other activities.
Last year’s festival was cancelled at the recommendation from San Francisco’s Department of Public health to cancel large non-essential events due to COVID-19. While the in person gathering was called off, meals were offered on a take out basis – thus the spirit of Black Cuisine prevailed.
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This year Black Cuisine festival will be held virtually. If you want some “down home” southern soul food cookin’ you don’t want to miss Black Cuisine’s 41st Anniversary! Check back for the Zoom link to the event.
Click here to pre-order food. Pick-up and delivery options available