The Underground Market. Flickr photo from kewzoo.
Coming up this Saturday July 24th is the next ~SF UNDERGROUND MARKET~. The market will be split into two shifts: the first (11am-4pm) will be focused on “take-homeables,” like jams, produce, soaps, desserts, etc. If you want to avoid the much-discussed crowds, this is a good time to go. Buy $2 advance tickets here.
The second shift (6pm-midnight) will be mainly hot food that’s ready to eat. There will also be music, drinks for sale (Trumer $3, Speakeasy $3, and wine $4), and workshops, like a homebrew workshop by Local Brewing Co. Buy $5 tickets here. You’ll also be able to buy tickets at the door. And if you bring your own cup, plate, and silverware, you get a buck off admission.
Some vendors include Kitchen Sidecar (homemade Vietnamese bahn mi sandwiches), Biscuit Boy, Homeroom with their mac and cheese, CDMacaron, Emmy’s farm-made pickles and jams, and more.
Please note the market will be closed from 4pm-6pm for an intermission and vendor changeover. You will also need to sign up for a free membership here in order to enter the market (if you’ve signed up in the past, no need to re-apply).
Saturday Jul 24, 2010
934 Brannan St. at 8th St. San Francisco