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Monday, December 20, 2010

Loving Hut Showers the Sunset with Benevolence, Dash Cafe with Waffles

Posted By on Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 8:43 AM

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​The past 72 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the

San Francisco restaurant scene.

Thrillist reports on the appearance of Dash Cafe (420 Judah, heh heh, 661-1237, Facebook page), which serves waffles for lunch and dinner ― most notably in the form of waffle sandwiches. For dessert, waffle bites and waffle sundaes. Incidentally, did you know that Thomas Jefferson was one of the first Americans to own a waffle iron

According to Vegansaurus, the third Loving Hut opened in the Inner Sunset (524 Irving, at Sixth Ave.). SFoodie does not have much to say about this vegan fast-food chain. We have lots to say about its founder, the only living religious figure who deserves her own drag queen

Lastly, Thrillist announces that Mammoth Mountain has introduced the world's first snowmobiling taco truck. Er, kind of ― SFoodie isn't really up on ski-resort technology. We're basically impressed by the picture. What's next in the evolution of street food? Perhaps the Army will introduce Afghanistan to the taco tank.

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