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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Off the Grid McCoppin Hub Launches Weekly Indoor Pop-Up

Posted By on Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 12:34 PM

Saturdays starting this week, Jackie's Vinoteca morphs into McCoppin Hub. - SARAH B./YELP
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  • Saturdays starting this week, Jackie's Vinoteca morphs into McCoppin Hub.

Food trucks are fun, sure ― until 46-degree temperatures and a poncho-soaking rain squelch your buzz.

That's why Off the Grid organizer Matt Cohen is launching a weekly indoor pop-up annex to the Saturday OTG McCoppin pod. Called McCoppin Hub, it'll invade the Jackie's Vinoteca and Cafe space at 105 Valencia, kittycorner from OTG's cluster of trucks. From noon to 10 p.m., you'll be able to bring in any food you buy from McCoppin Stub vendors, and score beer and wine along with sweets and other small bites. Cohen tells SFoodie a guest dessert vendor will set up at McCoppin Hub for a few hours every week ― this Saturday it's Crème Brulee Man Curtis Kimball, firing up the torch between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.

Cohen promises weekly drink specials (this week it's $2 beers). Plus he promises that Jackie's TV will be tuned to the Giants (assuming, you know, that they play). But maybe the best thing about the McCoppin Hub pop-up? Bathrooms.

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