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The French Fry Fest You’ve Been Waiting for

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You know who loves french fries? Everybody!

That’s why I’m teaming up with SoMa StrEat Food Park for French Fry Fest. This is the festival you’ve been waiting your whole life for.

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Basic Details:

*It’s going down on Sat. July 8th from 11am-5pm at SoMa StrEat Food Park
* The Bay’s best food trucks and pop-up vendors serving funky fresh French Fry specials
* Super fly DJ dropping funkadelic disco beats all day
* Only $5 admission!
* $30 all-you-can-drink beer for 5 hours (11-4) available for purchase, which includes admission
*A far out french fry eating contest

More Details:
FUNKY FRY VENDORS AND SPECIALTIES
* Adam’s Grub Truck
* Me So Hungry Too
* It’s All Gravy
* Bobcha
* No No Burger
* The Sarap Shop
* Gyros on Wheels
* more coming soon!

EVEN MORE VENDORS

* Firetrail Pizza
* Kokio Republic
* Torraku Ramen
* Post St. Creamery
*Nucha Empanadas

#FrenchFryFest

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