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Thursday, January 3, 2013

Discover Emerging Food Vendors at Great American Music Hall

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Pig out at GAMH on Jan. 14. - SLIM'S PRESENTS
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  • Pig out at GAMH on Jan. 14.

The Great American Pop-Up

Where: Great American Music Hall, 859 O'Farrell (at Polk), 885-0750

When: Mon., Jan. 14, 6 p.m.

Cost: Free admission (menu items available à la carte)

The rundown: Great American Music Hall occasionally flirts with pop-up food events, and the first one of the year features young cottage purveyors alongside some vets of the business. The night's menu includes choices such as white trash sushi rolls (think buffalo chicken) from Rice Cracker Sushi, sinkers by Dora's Donuts, and Asian fusion from Harro-Arigato & Ronin plus Donna's Tamales and GAMH house chef James Whitmore, whose original creations include the intriguing-sounding polenta pizza.

See Also:

- The Cheesiest Food Songs of The Year

Music fans take note: DJs Children of The Funk will keep things funky and GAMH will be raffling off tickets to future concerts there and at sister venue Slim's.

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