Street Eats

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Bay area chefs are hitting the streets, bringing high-end food to the hungry masses. They reach new customers on Facebook, and announce their daily locations on Twitter. And they’re taking street eats to the next level. In San Francisco, you’ll find escargots, crème brulee, and gumbo. Read the full story!

See the Twitter feed below for the latest news from vendors. Our map shows each vendor’s usual territory. Want more info on a vendor? Click on a name above for video profiles, sample menus, and more!

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