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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Doggy Bag: Today's Odds and Ends

Posted By on Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 5:29 PM

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Our favorite morsels from the food blogs (and beyond).

How deep underground, exactly?: At Citysearch, Patrick Heig pulls up a list of semi-underground snarf spots with a few surprises. Yep, there's the exhaustively written-about Mission Street Food and Kitchenette, but Heig adds New Orleans Original Po Boys and Pal's to the mashup. Check it out.

Suck on this: Just what you crave after a chicken dinner -- a chicken lolly, sweet, savory, and spiked with chile powder. Foodhoe's got the pics.

Pacify them with patatas bravas: What does a corporation do to quell a neighborhood's ambivalence it? Why, dispense street food, of course. Noe Valley, SF passes along a pre-opening invite from the 24th Street Whole Foods, hyping the appearance Saturday of the WF tapas truck: As a very small token of our thanks, we'd like to invite you to join us at our very own "Whole Foods Market Tapas Truck" on Saturday, September 26th from 11a-2p (really it's a Taco Truck, but we'll be serving Spanish Tapas--but you can't miss it in our parking lot.) Good to know -- if only American Apparel had thought of that.

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