Growing Crop of Vendors Hits the Street

May 26, 2009 — The Creme Brulee Cart is one of many licensed and unlicensed food vendors who have recently hit the streets of San Francisco, especially in the Mission District. The area’s bars, streets and parks host a caravan of food sellers who connect to their customers via social networking Web sites like Facebook and Twitter. […] To deal with some of the challenges, street-food entrepreneurs can turn to the nonprofit organization La Cocina for approved commercial kitchen space. Veronica Salazar of El Huarache Loco preps her Mexico City-style street food at La Cocina’s kitchen and then sells it from a stall at the weekend Alemany market in San Francisco. Read more

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