Photo by Robin Jolin.
The Forage SF Night Market is returning to Public Works this Saturday March 26th, offering international food, music, performances, and a full bar. The event will run from 11am-2am, with everything from chicken and waffles from Angry Man Eats, to grilled cheese from Grilled Cheese Guy, to Vietnamese imperial rolls from Little Knock. You can check out the full list of food vendors here. Music will range from scratch guitar to Genie Love to Hard French DJs hitting the decks later into the evening. Woot woot. There will also be free workshops on topics like fishing, whole hog butchery, and homebrewing.
The event will be split into two shifts: the first (11am-4pm) will be focused on “take-homeables” like jams, produce, soaps, desserts, etc., although hot food will also be available.
The second shift (6pm-2am) will be mainly hot food that’s ready to eat (and a crowd that’s ready to party). The workshops will be in one room, a dance party in another, and there are two full bars. The last market reportedly drew over 3,000 folks, with all the vendors selling out by 10pm (yeah, bummer). This time they’ll have two whole floors filled with more vendors and food.
In order to enter the market, everyone has to sign up for a free membership to the SF Underground Market. If you’ve signed up in the past, no need to reapply.
Saturday Mar 26, 2011
– Sunday Mar 27, 2011
$5; $10 after 11pm
161 Erie St. (between Mission and 14th St.)