This Thing

Don’t know what it is, but it’s probably art, and it’s out in the back yard at Fabric8, which is a lot bigger than it looks (I always thought it was just that first little tiny room), and has been hosting a food cart party every Friday for a while. My friend Kristina (who shot the gorgeous photo above) had a pretty bangin’ sweet empanada there last week.

See the press release for this week’s event after the jump:

Mission gallery fabric8, who has been hosting a weekly Street Food Fridays event for over a year, is offering a veritable feast of fun with this month’s food-related show Local Flavor. In addition to the group art exhibition co-curated by food writer Tamara Palmer, fabric8 is inviting local restaurants to bring a street food option to their family-friendly Friday food gathering.

This week, October 15, Street Food Fridays features food cart innovator Magic Curry Kart, newcomer Sataysfied, and fabric8′s 22nd Street neighbors Lolo Restaurant  and La Copa Loca Gelato. fabric8 is located at 3318 22nd Street between Valencia and Guerrero and the event lasts from 6-8PM. More info at fabric8.com.

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4 Responses to “This Thing”

  1. MrEricSir says:

    It’s really worth going there when the Pizza Hacker shows up. That guy makes a mean margherita.

  2. rajah says:

    True. The Pizza Hacker makes the best sauce and dough in the city and his pies are wood fired making for SF’s greatest pizza hands down.

    I am glad Kristina enjoyed the empanada I made for her.

    Tip: Find the pizza hacker tonight at La Victoria for a street food party with a lot of other food carts. Then after the party is the after party which goes from 2am-5am with Jamaican and Japanese street food.

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