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Friday, September 3, 2010

Fabric8's 50th Street Food Friday Rips Tonight

Posted By on Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 12:45 PM

click to enlarge Adobo Hobo at Fabric8's Street Food Fridays. - TAMARA PALMER
  • Tamara Palmer
  • Adobo Hobo at Fabric8's Street Food Fridays.
For almost a year, Mission gallery Fabric8 has hosted Street Food Fridays, events that have introduced a number of aspiring vendors to the public, and given pavement cuisine a chance to thrive, rain or shine, in a family-friendly environment. It's a fun showcase for Fabric8's art, which starts at prices low enough to make collectors out of people for whom the barrier for entry is normally too high.

Tonight's 50th edition brings together carts that have sold at Fabric8 since the early weeks: Adobo Hobo, Lumpia Cart, Soul Cocina, and Sweet Constructions. Art-wise, Erik Otto's Tomorrow is Never Promised exhibit, exploring the rewards of facing fears, opened just last night, and the sculpture garden in the gallery's beautiful backyard is a recent addition worth seeing.

Street Food Fridays Turns 50

When: Fri., Sept. 3, 6-8 p.m.

Where: Fabric8, 3318 22nd St. (at Valencia), 647-5888

Cost: Free (bring money for food/art)

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