About Noisette

Noisette is an intimate culinary concert taking place at Public Works in the Mission District of San Francisco on Saturday, August 4th from Noon to 5pm. This delicious dance party and feast features some of San Francisco’s best chefs, each creating one special dish, as well as an incredible afternoon of live music and DJ’s. Noisette celebrates the Bay Area’s major influence on indie music and food, with an event that gives equal focus to each discipline. Each attendee is guaranteed one dish from each of the participating chefs and a full afternoon of entertainment.

Location + Transportation

Public Works is located at 161 Erie Street (near Mission and 14th Street) in the Mission District of San Francisco. This beautiful venue located on the dead end street makes it a great place for an indoor and outdoor party. Public Works is easily accessible Muni, BART, the 80 and the 101.

Plan your trip via Public Transportation here.

Carpool to Noisette


There is metered parking on Mission and elsewhere around the venue. As with anywhere, do not leave your valuables in the car.

Contact info

Sponsorship: / 415.375.3374
For all other inquiries:


How will the Festival ensure that I get to sample food from each chef?

Upon entry, ticketholders will receive a punch card good for one dish from each chef at the event. The chefs are making enough food for everyone and the card will ensure that everyone gets their fair share.

Will I be able to find something to eat if I'm a vegetarian or vegan?

The majority of the food will be locally-sourced and omnivore-focused.

Will there be merchandise at Noisette?

Our friends from San Franpsycho are going to be live screen printing custom festival merchandise during Noisette. Feel free to also bring your very own clothing to get screen printed on site as well.

What if it rains?

Noisette will happen rain or shine. There are no refunds.

Can I bring my kids?

Noisette is 21+.

What to Bring

Valid Driver's License for will-call and/or to drink alcohol
CASH—there are no ATMs onsite. Beer tokens can be bought with a credit card but we guarantee your life will be easier if you have cash on hand. The food is included in the ticket price. Drinks and merchandise are not.
Sunscreen, Hats, Sunglasses, Earplugs
Non-professional film and digital cameras
Small backpacks or bags

What NOT to bring

Weapons of ANY kind
Blankets, beach towels
Illegal Substances
Large coolers
Hard sided coolers
Picnic Baskets
Glass containers of any kind
Alcohol (alcohol will be sold at the Festival)
Chains/Chain Wallets
Large backpacks
Professional still camera equipment (no detachable lenses, tripods, big zooms, or commercial use rigs)
Audio/video recording equipment
No illegal vending is permitted. No unauthorized/unlicensed vendors allowed.



Since it began in 1993, the Noise Pop Festival has become a north star for the music industry, bringing emerging and promising talent to the forefront of their lineup. Numerous acclaimed artists have graced their stages, from The White Stripes and Yoko Ono, to Death Cab for Cutie and Bright Eyes, and many more. This six-day festival takes place across numerous event spaces in the SF area, catering to upwards of 20,000 fans. The festival has expanded in recent years to also include art gallery shows, as well as a music-centric film festival, a pop-up shop, an art exposition, an album-inspired dinner series called Covers, a weekend workshop exploring independent culture called the Noise Pop Culture Club, and much more. Six years ago they began the Treasure Island Music Festival (with Another Planet Entertainment) now one of the most important music festivals in the Bay Area. With all of these events, Noise Pop has solidified itself as the true amalgamator of Bay Area culture, and with Noisette, continues to do what it has always done best: celebrate the independent arts with the city at large.


Twin brothers Darin and Greg Bresnitz have traveled the world as Finger on the Pulse, bringing the music and food cultures of Brooklyn to points beyond. When they’re not interviewing celebrity chefs and bands on their popular food-meets-music radio show Snacky Tunes, or producing and hosting their annual BBQ Blow Outs, these brothers are heating up dance floors with their homegrown DJ stylings. Their connections with the culinary world cover the full spectrum, from the most buzzed about celebrity chefs to local families making authentic meals in their ‘hood. They currently live in Brooklyn, New York where they have long been fighting the good fight for late nights and good meals.