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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Pop-Up Planner: Casual Hawaiian and Soul Food, Aug. 6 - 13

Posted By on Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 4:25 PM



Paniolo Social
When:
 Every Thursday in August, 4 p.m. until supplies run-out
Where: Bloodhound, 1145 Folsom, 863-2840
Cost: A la carte
The rundown: LihoLiho Yacht Club's Ravi Kapur prepares more casual Hawaiian dining here while the permanent LihoLiho is set up. Spicy noodles, poke bowls, yakitori, sashimi, and aloha dogs will be featured on the menu. The Instagram promises a good time with the words "Grind. Talk story. Get Jag." on a crest.

Bayview Underground Food Scene Pop-Up Community Market
When: First and third Thursdays, August - September, 5:30 - 8 p.m.
Where: Pier 70, 420 22nd St.
Cost: A la carte
The rundown:  A bunch of little pop-ups into one. The Bayview Underground Food Scene plays host to several local businesses including Auntie April's, SF Mead Company, CDXX, Comfort Foods National, Moyoni, and more. Expect chicken and waffles, various breads, cookies, Asian fusion sweets, and sweet potato waffles.

Not Your Mom's Home Cooking
When:
Sunday, 4 p.m.
Where: Dear Mom, 2700 16th St., 625-3362
Cost: A la carte
The rundown: One of Dear Mom's line cooks is taking the reigns for a night and serving up bar bite versions of what mom might make, if she worked at a bar and were Jon Deer (Magnolia and Foxtail Catering). Fried macaroni and cheese with a cheesy dipping sauce, bacon-wrapped, spicy pork sausage meatloaf with awesome sauce, and Cajun style beer battered chicken fingers are just some of the tasty play dates Deer has in store.



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