Food, Thought, and Edible Flowers with Meatpaper and Blue Bottle at SFMOMA

Morgan Maki.

Around these parts, May showers bring June flowers. And you can eat them, too ― sometimes.

At the latest installment of SFMOMA's third Thursday springtime event series, some lovely local chefs ― Bi-Rite's Morgan Maki and Linh Phu, Leif Hedendal, Chris Kronner of Bar Tartine, and Leah Rosenberg of Blue Bottle ― will be gracing the museum's Rooftop Garden café with dishes and desserts featuring edible blossoms.

Curated, in a sense, by Blue Bottle and Meatpaper, the local journal of meat culture, the food (and complimentary beer and wine courtesy of Trumer Pils and Scribe Winery), the refreshments will be bolstered by a musical performance by Chris Johanson and the group 17th & Capps, and the release of Johanson's new project, THE THING Quarterly, a periodical in the form of an object. In this case, appropriately, a ceramic wine glass. Details after the jump.

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