Just like those cute furry animals that keep popping up in commercials and YouTube videos, Elites in SF needed to come out of hibernation and celebrate all things spring and local! Good thing Bom Dia invited us inside their adorable Noe Valley market to sample the evening menu along with in-house wines, beers, and ciders. Their menu rotates seasonally, but a select group tried several spreads, dips, grilled meats, cheeses as well as cookies. The attendees were more than charmed, giving 5-stars to our host and vendors. Photos taken by Adam Dybek.
About Bom Dia Market:
Bom Dia – " Good Day" – in Portuguese. An inviting corner market offering local and international beer and wine, freshly prepared foods, and thoughtfully sourced grocery and household staples. They represent the next wave of small neighborhood markets, marrying artisan fare with everyday necessities, (Artisans include: Dick Taylor chocolate, Four Barrel coffee, Samovar tea, Cowgirl Creamery cheese, Sour Flour baguettes, Olli charcuterie) and offering over 200 wines, a curated selection of craft beer and cider, and Mediterranean-inspired prepared dishes, all within a modern and warm space.