Thursday, January 29, 2015

Thrilla for Manila

Three-course dinner, comedy, and live music for Typhoon Haiyan relief


As a city, we've come back from our fair share of tragedies.

That healing process begins with community. Even though the victims of the unfathomably devastating typhoon in the Philippines are nearly a world away, we can still apply power in numbers right here in the Bay area.  

Pull up a seat at the upcoming Bangon Pilipinas at South City’s Fort McKinley, a three-course banquet with scores of live entertainment, all benefiting victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Named for the century-old military base in Manila, this 13,000 square-foot restaurant and event space will be transformed into a dining room, full bar and concert hall.

Whether you’re in the mood for stand-up comedy, DJ performances, or live music by local Bay Area bands, you’ll find SF's best here on Friday night.

After indulging in the insanely tasty Filipino dishes, there's a silent auction and a fashion show by designer Anthony Legarda.

To recap: you're going drinking, dancing, shopping, and laughing on Friday. We'll see you there.

Bangon Pilipinas at Fort McKinley
Friday, Dec 6
101 Brentwood Dr., South San Francisco
Tickets: $50, RSVP at (650) 871-2222
Nearby: The Topper, Bertolucci’s, Little Lucca Deli

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