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Dining, SFoodie The Underground Market Returns With New Vendors

The Underground Market Returns With New Vendors

The Underground Market Where: Public Works, 161 Erie (at Mission), 932-0955 When: Fri., Sept. 7, 5-10 p.m. Cost: $5 (at the door) The rundown: The Underground Market, thrown by local hunter-gatherers forageSF, returned to the scene two months ago after…
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Dining, SFoodie ForageSF Presents "The Quest For Pork," a Scavenger Hunt for a Wild Boar Roast!

ForageSF Presents "The Quest For Pork," a Scavenger Hunt for a Wild Boar Roast!

What: ForageSF and The Go Game team up to bring you the succulent Quest For Pork, a scavenger hunt with boar and beer at its conclusion.Where​: The invitation offers mysterious beginning and end points, although there is a hint about…
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Dining, SFoodie Going Legit, Part 6: Iso Rabins and the City on the Future of the Underground Market

Going Legit, Part 6: Iso Rabins and the City on the Future of the Underground Market

Part six of a series in which SFoodie asks the question: With the Underground Market now shut down, what would it take for San Francisco's aspiring food microventures to go legit?Here's what it used to cost to sell your food…
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Dining, SFoodie Health Department Shuts Down ForageSF Underground Market

Health Department Shuts Down ForageSF Underground Market

San Francisco health inspectors abruptly shut down the "underground" market run by wild-foods cooperative ForageSF last weekend, calling the future of the event into question as its popularity continues to grow.ForageSF founder Iso Rabins told SF Weekly that he was…
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Dining, SFoodie Underground Market Gets National Exposure, a Seasonal Produce Chart for the Detail-Obsessed

Underground Market Gets National Exposure, a Seasonal Produce Chart for the Detail-Obsessed

Today's notes on national stories, local trends, random tastes, and other bycatch dredged up from the food media. 1. The New York Times Discovers the Underground. Times Bay Area correspondent Patricia Leigh Brown visits the Underground Market, which she…
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