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Monday, August 9, 2010

Outside In 6: A Secret, After-Hours Street-Food Party

Posted By on Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 2:53 PM

click to enlarge TAMARA PALMER
  • Tamara Palmer
Soul Cocina's Roger Feely loves to shake up street food conventions with his Outside In parties. For the sixth installment, he's messing with time. Sure, you can get bacon-wrapped hot dogs and crêpes late at night, but Outside In 6 will add to that some Latin DJs, live music, something called pizza fritta (by PizzaHacker), Cuban sandwiches/medianoches, chilaquiles, cactus chips, and hot salsa from Soul Cocina, meals from Saucy Dumplings and Evil Jerk Cart, and more to be kept under wraps until just before the event. Even the Mission location is so far a secret.

Feely knows he'll alienate a lot of potential eaters who won't want to start their meals at midnight; accordingly, the venue will be more intimate, with fewer vendors. Late-night enthusiasts, insomniacs, and nocturnal adventurers are sure to be encouraged.

Outside In 6

When: Sun., Aug. 15, midnight-4 a.m.

Where: Location TBA; follow Soul Cocina for updates

Cost: Free; bring cash for food

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