SF Street Food Festival: Meals on Cart Wheels

SF Chronicle August 22, 2010 – With $100 between them, Ren Pulido and Rina Temporosa showed up at San Francisco’s Street Food Festival a few minutes before it officially opened at 11 a.m. Two hours later, they were down to $20 and trying to figure out how to spend it. Should they wait again in the 25-minute line for Japanese chicken wings? Or in the shorter queue for poutine, the gravy and cheese curd covered fries associated with Quebec? Then there was the gourmet funnel cake to consider … and the creme brulee. “We decided on the wings,” said Pulido of San Lorenzo. “In fact, we brought Tupperware to take some home.” Such was the calculus performed by many a foodie on Saturday when the second annual food-cart fest took over several blocks in the Mission District.  Read More

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