The Great Outdoors

Street Food Goes Legit in SF

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Get ready for an onslaught of legal street food. While you can already buy pretty much whatever gourmet snack your heart desires in Dolores Park, it turns out it’s actually been illegal for vendors to operate in the parks. Until today. The city finally followed up on its idea to get in on some of that vending money by approving pricey licenses for vendors in the park. Now you can sell all the curry, creme brulee, coffee, or hot dogs you want for only $1,000 a month (minimum). According to the Chronicle, some early adopters include Blue Bottle Coffee, Let’s Be Frank, and of course the Creme Brulee Guy. [Via SF Chronicle]View image

Street Food Goes Legit in SF