Eat Curbside/Chairman Bao Vets Expand Truck Empire With Brunch Box

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We’re now going to predict the next trend in street food: entrepreneurs diversifying their mobile operations and running multiple trucks that serve different styles of food. Case in point, Grub Street gets word today that three former operators of Chairman Bao, Caroline Hummer, Guillermo Perez, and Eric Rud, who also together launched Eat Curbside, are now doing a pop-up brunch truck called Brunch Box. (All three are still involved with Curbside, including Perez, who’s a former executive sous-chef at Ame.) The idea is to park outside coffee places, like Sightglass and the upcoming Ritual outpost at Proxy, and to do stuff like Croque Madames, sour batard French toast, and pork belly hash with poached eggs. Brunch Box launches on July 16 outside Ritual’s Valencia Street flagship (1026 Valencia), and you can follow them on Twitter @brunchboxsf. [Grub Street]

Eat Curbside/Chairman Bao Vets Expand Truck Empire With Brunch Box