In addition, as we reported earlier, Eat Real Festival's street-food vendor lineup is twice as big as last year's. On hand are most of the established trucks and carts ― could they hold a street-food festival without the Creme Brulee Guy? ― as well as many vendors SFoodie has never heard of, such as Get Jerked!, Soleil's African Kitchen, and Where's Buta.
According to festival organizer Susan Coss, the list of breweries and wineries participating in the Beer [and Wine] Shed will be complete by the end of the week. And the Pacific Coast Farmers' Market Association, which normally operates the Jack London Square farmers' market on Sundays, is organizing an indoor farmers' market to take place both Saturday and Sunday.
At the risk of sounding like a Magic Bullet infomercial, SFoodie will have more festival news ― a lit festival, culinary collaborations, a fundraising dinner, not to mention the bike tour ― to report by week's end.
CORRECTION: SFoodie's very own Tamara Palmer just reminded us that she wrote about Soleil's African Kitchen last year. As we have many times before, we bow to her.