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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Let's Be Frank Disappointed It Won't Be Selling in Dolores Park

Posted By on Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 7:43 AM

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Rec and Park informed street-food applicants about which city parks they'd be offered contracts for yesterday. Let's Be Frank's Larry Bain expressed disappointment that the sustainable hot dog company wouldn't be awarded the contract for Dolores Park, but instead was being asked to consider Justin Herman Plaza and the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park. Bain said Dolores Park had been offered to both small-business incubator La Cocina and Blue Bottle Coffee. La Cocina and client business Onigilly have both been picked for contracts at Justin Herman, too.

Despite his disappointment, Bain congratulated Rec and Park on choosing La Cocina for the prime Mission contract. "I think La Cocina is a great choice, " Bain said. "They are doing some wonderful food, and have access to so many entrepreneurs. It really aligns with the city's commitment to helping small businesses. It's fantastic to give a nonprofit a premier spot."

Bain said he and his Let's Be Frank partners would consider cart locations at Justin Herrman and the Conservancy, and make a decision by Friday. He said it's possible they'd decide to accept contracts for both sites, as well as be able cater occasional park events. Bain said it's likely a Let's Be Frank cart would sell at Justin Hermann on weekdays and possibly Saturdays, while the Conservatory could probably support a cart only on weekends.

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