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Chef David Wilcox Looks To Kick Off New Chapter With Pop-Up Dinner at Sweetwater

As he eyes his next move, former Beerworks chef says attendees of March 13 event can expect an interactive, supperclub-style atmosphere, food-centric stories and great music, all to benefit the Conscious Kitchen in Marin City.

Chef David Wilcox. Courtesy photo.
Chef David Wilcox. Courtesy photo.
When he arrived in Mill Valley to help Justin and Tyler Catalana launch the new kitchen at Mill Valley Beerworks, launching a vegetable-driven cuisine that garnered a glowing three stars from San Francisco Chronicle food critic Michael Bauer, chef David Wilcox says Mill Valley residents greeted him with open arms. 

Wilcox has left Beerworks and is transitioning to a new venture – a pop-up oriented project to benefit food-focused nonprofit organizations that he’s mostly keeping quiet about for now. Before he makes that leap, Wilcox says he wants to express his gratitude for the local support the best way he knows how: by hosting a big, supperclub-style culinary bonanza.

The MVDW Pop-Up Dinner is a March 13 event at the Sweetwater Music Hall, “an evening of gratitude and gustatory celebrations to be shared with any and all who have supported David Wilcox in his culinary endeavors thus far – a moment to share stories and what the future holds.”

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