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Street Food Anniversary Party

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Some may argue that the 'œtoo much of a good thing' curse has fallen upon the street food trend in San Francisco. I say meh. There is no such thing as too much good, cheap food, so shut up and eat your delicious adobo/gumbo/creme brulee!

In honor of their first anniversary, the ever popular vendors Adobo Hobo, Gumbo Man, and The Chai Cart are hosting a Street Food Extravaganza at Precita Park. The event with be catered by several tasty food carts and there is promise of punch and party hats.

There is also a rumor that they will be filming and episode of the Travel Channel Series “Appetite For Life” with Andrew Zimmern, so that could be cool. Or weird. Or both. I don’t really care either way since I plan on being in a deliciousness-induced food coma in thirty minutes or less. Join me!

Adobo Hobo, Gumbo Man, & The Chai Cart’s 1 Year Anniversary Extravaganza!!!
Precita Park [Bernal Heights]
Sunday, August 1st
11:30 AM to 2:30 PM

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  1. Transister Sistor
    August 1, 2010 at 7:06 pm

    Is it at all possible to post this kind of thing, like,the day before the event? I love hearing about where I can enjoy good free food, but when I receive the Broke-Ass Stuart Newsletter in my Inbox at 1:18 pm for an event that’s over that same day at 2 pm, it cuts it too close for me!
    At least I had some time left with this, I suppose. Last week I read about a free taco giveaway at noon, but received the BAS Newsletter around 2 hours after noon!