The Awards


Winners will be announced and celebrated during our Good Food Awards Weekend in mid-January, 2017. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco Bay, the festivities will bring together food and beverage crafters from around the country for a weekend honoring their dedication and work to food that is not only delicious, but also authentic and responsible.

GOOD FOOD AWARDS CEREMONY | Friday, January 20, 2017, 5:45pm
In a celebratory affair, food luminaries will introduce the Good Food Award Winners to nearly 1,000 guests at an Oscars-style ceremony and gala reception at the Herbst Theater, right next to City Hall. Following acceptance speeches, guests will be the first to taste the Good Food Award-winning products. San Francisco’s top chefs prepare dishes using the Good Food Award-winning products, bringing to life America’s diverse regional flavors, paired with artisan cocktails using the winning spirits.
Tickets Available Here

GOOD FOOD MERCANTILE SF | Saturday, January 21, 12-5pm
Held in the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason Center, the Good Food Mercantile is an ‘un-trade show’ for tasty, authentic and responsible food, presented in collaboration with the Good Food Retailers Collaborative. The Good Food Mercantile brings together over 100 Good Food Merchants Guild members with 500 retailers and media for a one-day, intimate gathering of like-minded, passionate people – the Good Food Movement’s answer to building commerce and community.
Tickets Available Here
Note: This event was created for retailers and media, and in order to purchase a ticket you will be kindly asked to enter appropriate credentials.

GOOD FOOD AWARDS MARKETPLACE | Sunday, January 22, 9am-2pm
The Good Food Awards Marketplace will be held alongside the bustling Sunday morning Fort Mason Center Farmers’ Market at the Festival Pavilion in Fort Mason. The Marketplace is the first opportunity for the public to taste and buy the winning products – a unique opportunity to meet many of the most conscientious food producers from across the country. Tickets will be five dollars, with the option for a $20 Early Access Ticket to get in before the crowds.
Tickets Available Online in December, and On-Site