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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Gorge on Street Food at The Secret Alley's Weekend Art Blowout

Posted By on Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 4:59 PM

click to enlarge What goes on in here is pretty much secret, but you'll be able to scope it out while munching a gob. - EVILOARS/FLICKR
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  • What goes on in here is pretty much secret, but you'll be able to scope it out while munching a gob.
Artists' workshop space The Secret Alley (180 Capp at 17th St.) turns into Ground Zero of food-cart grazing this weekend, part of TSA's Between the Streets mashup of performance and film. The roster of eats hawkers includes PizzaHacker, The Chai Cart, Sexy Soup Lady, Gobba Gobba Hey, Soul Cocina, Smitten, The Wholesome Bakery, Brazilian Bites, Bike Basket Pies, with maybe a few more TBD. To visit them all, you'll pretty much have to commit to the weekend, since they'll be showing up at unspecified times Friday and Saturday -- sort of the equivalent of the grab bag -- and in different spaces, both downstairs in the free space, and upstairs, where there's a suggested donation of $5-$10. There'll be some beer and wine for a suggested donation, too.

Between the Streets unreels tomorrow, Friday, from 5 to 11 p.m., and Saturday from 2 p.m. on into the evening. Check the TSA Web site for details about performers and film screenings

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