Save the date and celebrate! After taking a year off, the one and only San Francisco Street Food Festival returns this October with over 30 local chefs and restaurants slinging their best fare.
The festival started in 2009 as a way for non-profit La Cocina, an incubator for low-income food businesses, to showcase its vendors. And at its peak, the annual festival included over 80 vendors and saw over 80,000 attendees.
This year, the festival is taking a more intimate approach, featuring 30 local businesses serving Mexican huaraches, Vietnamese pho, Southern fried chicken, Nepalese dumplings and so much more. As always, all proceeds from the festival benefit the work of La Cocina to ensure a vibrant and inclusive food economy in the Bay Area.
The festival returns October 14-15 from 11am–6pm at The Power Station (420 23rd St) in the Dogpatch. Admission is $5.