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Thursday, May 19, 2011

What to Do This Weekend, May 20-22

Posted By on Thu, May 19, 2011 at 5:17 PM

See Radio Africa and Kitchen, Sat., May 21.
  • See Radio Africa and Kitchen, Sat., May 21.
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Fri., May 20

Behind the Cart
Secret location, 7:30-10:30 p.m.
Michael "GrilledCheezGuy" Davidson has conceived a dinner featuring bites from informal food carts (including KitchenSidecar and SodaCraft) and an opportunity to hear about how these businesses navigated their way through the Bay Area pavement-cuisine scene. Complete description here.

Sat., May 21

Radio Africa and Kitchen Spring Party
Eskender's Garden, 715 York (at 20th St.), 6-11 p.m.
Before Ethiopian pop-up chef Eskender Aseged sets tables at his legit Bayview restaurant in June, you have one more chance to eat in the garden space where it all began. Complete description here.

Sat., May 21

DooF-a-Palooza: A Unique Family Food Festival
Farmers, chefs, magicians, and clowns all sharing a stage? Yep, DooF-a-Palooza, the "food educational experience," is back for a third run. Complete description here.

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