Creme Brulee guy
My coverage of the burgeoning street food scene in SF is never ending. First, there was the article. Then, there was Curtis encouraging people to clean up the park, and in turn, winning Best of The Bay. San Francisco magazine decided to do a full on spread on the who’s
I’ve spent a lot of time away from San Francisco over the past few years and one of the things that I always miss the most is Dolores Park. Seriously, there really aren’t many places like it in the world. It’s beautiful, has a great view, the cops don’t fuck
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I was walking through Dolores Park yesterday and truthfully I was quite appalled at the total mess left behind by people. Seriously, get it together people! I don’t know what you think is going on in the park but we are SO FUCKING LUCKY to have it and I’m tired
The other day Curtis, The Creme Brulee Guy, had a great idea. He posted on his twitter, “How many of you LOVE Dolores Park? Anyone willing to get together to help mitigate the cost to the city of cleaning up the mess we all make?”. I was like, “Hey I
I just saw this on the Creme Brulee guy’s twitter page: “The linda st carts are proud to present LOVE. A wedding at the street carts on Friday. Let’s all try and look our best for the young couple.” Really?!? Getting married on a Mission side street,
I finally came across the Amuse Bouche Guy that Allan keeps talking about on Mission Mission. Along with the Creme Brulee Guy, and the Magic Curry Kart, the Amuse Bouche Guy seems to represent that good old American spirit of making something out of nothing. Except he’s French, not American.