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Thursday, December 6, 2012

Pal's Takeaway Looking to Move, Raising Funds on Kickstarter

Posted By on Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 12:00 PM

click to enlarge Lao sausage sandwich from Pal's Takeaway. - JONATHAN KAUFFMAN
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  • Lao sausage sandwich from Pal's Takeaway.

If you've ever enjoyed one of the superlative sandwiches from Pal's Takeaway, you know it's located inside the cozy Tony's Market at 24th and Hampshire. Now the shop, which took top honors on SFoodie's Top 10 S.F. Sandwich list earlier this year for its Mrs. Binh's sausage sandwich, is looking to expand into a bigger space sometime next year, hopefully while remaining in the Mission. And it's asking fans to help support the move on Kickstarter.

See also:

- San Francisco's 10 Best Sandwiches

- Pal's Third Anniversary Party: The Return of the Coffee-Rubbed Pulled Pork Sandwich

The Kickstarter page thanks the sandwich shop's supporters over the years, and lays out what the $10,000 project goal will go toward:

This project will help us cover the costs of moving to a location with a full kitchen and to acquire some additional equipment including a small pos cash handling computer for the front counter. We also need to hire some special installers to help us set everything up in a safe and legal manner.

As for what you get in return for a donation? Twenty bucks gets you a free sandwich, fifty gets you two free sandwiches and a t-shirt, two hundred gets you 12 sandwiches delivered anytime, and a whopping thousand dollar donation gets you a free lunch at your house for four cooked by the Pal's team (plus two t-shirts).

At publish time, Pal's had raised nearly $3,000 of its goal.

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Anna Roth is SF Weekly's former Food & Drink Editor and author of West Coast Road Eats: The Best Road Food From San Diego to the Canadian Border.

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