Scenes From the Underground Market
The SF Underground Market took place Saturday evening inside Public Works.
After a hiatus, the SF Underground Market was back Saturday night for the second month in a row. Local food pop-ups and companies sold their signature dishes, and several musicians and DJs provided entertainment.
Below are some photos from the event, which took place at Public Works and was hosted by Forage SF.
Rice Paper Scissors served up Vietnamese banh mi to hungry guests.
Grease Box, based in Oakland, sold fried chicken, cole slaw and a pancake-style dish, and had one of the longest waits of the night.
By 7:30 p.m. the warehouse was packed, with lines in nearly every corner of the room.
With two bars serving patrons, there was no shortage of drinks.
The guests mingled and could be heard telling their friends by phone to make their way to the event.
Matterson's Catering, serving Jamaican food such as chicken with plantains and sweet rice, was one of the most popular vendors.
Several bands and DJs performed throughout the night.
Jablow's Meats served up tasty pastrami sandwiches.
The 21-and-over event drew both locals and out-of-towners.
Sweet Lauren's cakepops were there to satisfy sweet tooths.
By 8 p.m., Island Grubbin' had sold out of its spam musubi with egg. On its website, the pop-up said it had hoped to sell out by 11.
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