They're now eyeing a 20,000-square-foot space in Dogpatch.
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Iso Rabins, founder of ForageSF and the popular Underground Market, is trying to raise $150K for a new food hub in SoMa.
Forage Kitchen will be a new "hub for food."
Like the Underground Market, Rabins's Wild Kitchen dinners didn't have a proper permit, and the city called him on it.
An incubator kitchen and retail space may be on the way.
The market's been shut down until further notice. Sorry, kids.
And did you hear?! Twentysomethings aren't doing drugs anymore! They're just eating street food!
"If I have kids I want them to be French." ForageSF's Iso Rabins, twittering live from Aix-en-Provence, Bouches-du-Rhône. [Twitter]...
The San Francisco chef and slow foods activist will cook eight dishes for one night in Century City.
You need to sign up to become a member this time, in order to avoid legal issues with being a public event, but the spirit is still the same.
Foragers and local farmers gathered to sell their wares, and were paid a visit by city officials tipped off by legit farmers' marketers.