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Monday, May 3, 2010

Mission's Pica Pica Likely to Open Next Week

Posted By on Mon, May 3, 2010 at 11:20 AM

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The San Francisco arrival of Venezuelan street food from Adriana Lopez Vermut is almost here. On Thursday, there's a media launch event in the Mission for the soon to be opened Pica Pica Maize Kitchen at 401 Valencia (at 15th St.). Yes, it's a revamp of that former Mi Lindo Yucatan space. Last week, Thrillist detailed the "corn-heavy grub" of the 30 seat restaurant. Pica Pica spokesman Kevin Blum confirmed to SFoodie that next Monday, May 10, will likely be the official opening date for the public, with both lunch and dinner menus. That sounds officially like a countdown for a mass of arepas (grilled corn flour cake), filled corn cachapas, and other Latin-style street snacks. There'll also be cervezas (five) on tap, and sangria to wash them all down.

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