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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Upscale Street-Food Lunch Cart Ready to Roll

Posted By on Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 8:54 AM

click to enlarge Carte415 plans to roll out weekdays in the atrium lobby of 101 Second St.
  • Carte415 plans to roll out weekdays in the atrium lobby of 101 Second St.
After weeks of bureaucratic delays, Carte415 -- chef Joshua Skenes' upscale street-food lunch cart -- finally has a roll-out date: tomorrow. Skenes told SFoodie late yesterday he'd just gotten the green light to begin serving lunch from his custom-made food cart, which will be situated in the atrium lobby at 101 Second St. (at Mission), weekdays, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

As of last night, Skenes wasn't ready to unveil Wednesday's opening menu. Expect salads and sandwiches made with seasonal produce and plenty of refined chef's touches.

Last month Skenes, a former chef for the Michael Mina restaurant group, launched a Sunday night prix-fixe at the Stable Café called Saison. Follow updates on Carte415 on Twitter.

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