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The San Francisco Street Food Festival will be held on Folsom Street between 20th and 26th. Organizer La Cocina says it will be their last year in the Mission District.

Street Food Festival Sneak Peak

Gearing up for the San Francisco Street Food Festival on August 16? This year, it will be held on a mile-long stretch on Folsom Street between 20th and 26th. La Cocina, nonprofit restaurant incubator kitchen and the organizer behind the delectable festival, says this will be their last year in the Mission District and will be moving to a bigger venue to...
This colorful number, from Kama Food Labs, is an Indian street food sandwich of vegetable fritter in pita bread accessorized by charming pink pickled vegetables and paneer for pinache. Photo by Dan Hirsch.

Stylish Snacks: Street Food Festival Dazzles Eyes and Stomachs

La Cocina’s Street Food Festival is happening right now on Folsom Street between 20th and 26th and from 21st to 25th streets between Shotwell and Treat. Vendors from across the city and the world are offering a wide variety of cuisines that look as good as they taste. When asked how the day was going so far, Sylvia Esquivel, owner of Hella Vegan Eats...
Maria del Carmen shows off her Salvadoran dishes at last year's Street Food Festival. Photo by Jamie Goldberg

Eat Your Way Around the World At Today’s Street Food Festival

La Cocina’s 5th annual San Francisco Street Food Festival comes to the Mission today with more than 80 vendors sharing their dishes from around the world. The festival runs from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Folsom Street from 20th to 26th and from 21st to 25th streets between Shotwell and Treat. Admission is free and open to the public with all food...
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El Festival de Comida Callejera y la Comida Vegan

En 2011, Tiffany y Sylvee Skivel, fundadoras de Hella Vegan Eats, fueron invitadas a participar en el programa incubador La Cocina. Este año, participaron en el Festival de Comida Callejera de San Francisco. Tiffany y Sylvee esperan poder seguir con su negocio y ser vendedoras de comida móvil. No se pierda su campaña en Indiegogo, si desea ayudarles a alcanzar sus sueños.
Maria del Carmen shows off her Salvadoran dishes at the San Francisco Street Food Festival. Photo by Jamie Goldberg.

Street Food Festival: The Vendors

Maria del Carmen started her business with just $20. Now the owner of Estrellita’s Snacks sells her chips in over 500 stores throughout the Bay Area. “I’m so glad when they like my food. It makes me so proud,” del Carmen said through a translator. Estrellita’s Snacks sells Salvadoran food, specializing in pupusas. Del Carmen is one of 85 vendors...
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Street Food Festival Goes Hella Vegan

In August 2011, Tiffany and Sylvee Skivel, founders of Hella Vegan Eats, were invited to join La Cocina’s incubator program. This year they’ll take part in the San Francisco Street Food Festival. They hope to keep growing their business and become mobile food vendors. Check out their Indiegogo campaign if you want to help them reach their dreams.  
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Lali Ghlonti Brings Georgian Food to SF

Lali Ghlonti, a native of Tbilisi, Georgia, came to San Francisco eight years ago and decided to pursue her passion to become a cook. “Have you had Georgian food before?” she asked me. Not only have I never had Georgian food, I have no idea what it looks or tastes like. “Yeah, because there’s no Georgian food in the city!”...
Photo by Bhautik Joshi

Good Morning Mission!

It’s 6:50 a.m., 55° and going to 60°. Details are here. A San Francisco gay couple facing a possible deportation may be able to benefit from the Obama administration’s decision to consider same-sex marriage when deciding who should be deported. The San Francisco Chronicle reports: Bradford Wells, 55, a U.S. citizen, and Anthony John Makk, 48, a citizen of Australia, have resided in...