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Feeding The Culture: Sunday Soul Jazz Brunch

February 26 from 11:00 am 4:00 pm


Conclude Black History Month in the true tradition of all of us coming together and breaking bread while sharing stories and creating bonds with live music and a soulful celebratory buffet brunch.

  • Soul & Jazz music (Live and DJ)
  • Your choice of 1 of 2 two-hour indoor Brunch seating/set reservations (11:30AM or 2:00PM, food/beverage additional ($59 buffet + beverages)

Celebrate Black History Month at Town Fare with a soulful, celebratory buffet brunch featuring Southern soul food by Chef Michele McQueen. Live jazz music will be performed by The Real.

In the true tradition of all of us coming together, this brunch is an opportunity for us to break bread, while sharing stories and creating bonds with one another. Gathering over food has long been a staple for our community.

The event is sponsored by P. Harrell WinesHella Coastal Beer, and Bay Area REGISTRY. A portion of the proceeds from the dinner will go to Kids 1st Foundation, a non-profit organization that serves as a resource for student information and applications while fostering opportunities to visit and tour historically Black universities and colleges.

Feeding The Culture: Sunday Soul Jazz Brunch takes place at Town Fare by Michele McQueen” (formerly Michele Wilson of Gussie’s SF). Read more about Town Fare – Hoodline • SF Chronicle • East Bay Express.

Space is limited, reservations only!

Transportation: Car or BART (1 block away at Lake Merritt Station)

Parking: Street and underground garage (closes at 6PM) at Oakland Museum

No refunds


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