About

Hearsay is—and always has been—an experiment. We’re not a restaurant, and we’re not a business. We host occasional dinner parties in our own home as a way of creating connections between people who might never cross paths otherwise.

And who are we? We’re a pair of globetrotting food geeks. We discuss tasting menus the way some people rehash Monday Night Football. We plan our vacations around what we want to eat. We love meeting new people and bonding over food and drinks. And more than anything, we love hosting dinner parties.

We sometimes do tasting events where we highlight a single ingredient or producer, as well as occasional blind wine tastings. We’re also available for private dinners for 8-12 guests, cooking and pairings workshops, and food/beverage writing opportunities.

If you’d like to join us in our culinary adventures, do one (or all!) of these:

2 thoughts on “About

  1. I’m from Montreal and will be in San Francisco with my 2 adult (25 + 27) sons in ealry June. We are all keen foodies and, if the timing permits, would love to ‘join’ your club for one meal.
    Regards,
    Barbara

    • Hi Barbara—great to hear from you!

      We only plan our dinners about a month in advance, so I’m not sure yet whether we’ll be scheduling any events while you’re in town. The best way to stay updated on what we’re planning, though, is to join our email list. We always send event announcements to our subscribers a few days in advance of publicizing them on the blog, on Facebook, or on Twitter, so that’s the best way to get first dibs on seats.

      Hope to share a great meal with you soon!

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