Noodle Fest: Bringing Black Bean Sauce and Bolognese Together

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On Sunday, North Beach and Chinatown restaurants come together to honor Marco Polo's putative gift from China to Italy: the noodle. Two full blocks on the border between the two neighborhoods will be blocked off to traffic, and 30 participating restaurants will set up stands to demonstrate their noodle-cooking prowess. There will be chef demonstrations (Chef Shen from Bund Shanghai and Chef Carventz from), and, if you pardon our inability to let a bad pun wither on the vine, musicians noodling about on the stage. A ticket gets you entrance to the event, as well as three samples from each noodle-making strip. (Participating restaurants after the jump.)

Noodle Fest 2010
Location: Grant (between Pacific & Vallejo) and Vallejo (between Columbus and Grant)
Time: Sun., May 2, 3-7 p.m.
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the gate
For parking suggestions, visit the Chinatown Community Development Center Web site

Representing Chinatown:
Anna Bakery
Bund Shanghai Restaurant
Four Seas Restaurant
Garden Restaurant
Good Mang Kok Bakery
New Sun Hong Kong Restaurant
Noodle Bar and Grill
The Pot Sticker Hunan Cuisine
San Sun Restaurant
Thai Thai Imperial Palace Restaurant
Utopia Café
Washington Bakery & Restaurant
Yee's Restaurant
Z&Y Restaurant

Representing North Beach:
Amante
Bocce Café
Café Divine
Café Puccini
Colosseo
Enrico's
Ideale
King of Thai
Mona Lisa
Rose Pistola
North Beach Restaurant
Sotto Mare
Trattoria Pinocchio
Vicoletto

Now, if only they could bring this hand-pulled noodle master over from China to do a demonstration:
 


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