In addition to sourcing from more than 200 Farm to Fork Bon Appétit partners located within 150 miles of San Francisco, the Warriors, Bon Appétit and Levy are building programs to support locally-owned businesses in the Bay Area. As part of the food program, the Warriors, Bon Appétit and Levy have launched Taste Makers at Chase Center, a program that directly benefits Bay Area businesses through networking and educational programs. Taste Makers at Chase Center is an opportunity for the Bay Area’s diverse business community to connect with new contract work and support individual business growth related to Chase Center.
Jerk chicken nachos and other global soulful fare from Boug Cali.
Award-winning hop-forward craft beers from Drake's Brewing.
Alameda-based Faction Brewing’s free-wheeling, hop-forward brews.
Five Dot Ranch
Beef raised with care and with no antibiotics or artificial hormones on Northern California pastures from Five Dot Ranch.
Balanced, drinkable Dogpatch-brewed beer from Harmonic Brewing.
La Cocina, a San Francisco incubator kitchen that cultivates low-income food entrepreneurs.
La Corneta Taqueria
Authentic Mexican cuisine from La Corneta Taqueria.
Old Skool Café
Old Skool Café, a youth-run, jazz-themed supper club in San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood.
Omakase Restaurant Group
Omakase Restaurant Group’s Live Sushi and Dumpling Time.
Sarap Shop’s feel-good Filipino flavors for vegans and omnivores alike.
Sequoia Sake's Bayview-fermented, unpasteurized fresh sake.
Sugar & Spun
Sugar & Spun, an unconventional spin on cotton candy.
Tin Pot Creamery
French-style ice cream from Tin Pot Creamery.
Triple Voodoo Brewery
Chase Center-only Hazy Session IPA and other small-batch, locally sourced brews from Triple Voodoo Brewery in Dogpatch.
Yvonne’s Southern Sweets
Mouthwatering Southern cookies from Yvonne’s Southern Sweets.