SF FoodLab sets the stage for lots of popping up. Photo from Facebook.
Seems like there’s always something new at ~SF FOODLAB~, and this month is no exception. Check out their newest pop-up, ChefRoulette, on Sundays from 10am-2pm. Each weekend, a different chef will be on hand preparing brunch, and they’ve got bottomless mimosas and free sparkling wine too. The chef and menu changes weekly; this week’s guest is Nick’s Wheely Good Breakfast, who will be serving some Cuban-inspired dishes that sound fantastico. Then, in December, chef Ryan Baker of Coi, Manresa, and Delfina, will be take his turn at the stove. For future chef updates and details, check out their Facebook page. 1106 Market St. at 7th St., 415-834-5348.
As previously reported on tablehopper, Vinyl on Divisadero will be playing host to the fine fellows of ~EASTERN ADDITION~ on Wednesdays this month. Desi Danganan and Tim Luym (previously of the Summit and Poleng Lounge) and Jacobo Juarez (Som) are in the Burmese phase of their dinners for the next two weeks. Reservations can be made by emailing them your name, phone number, and number of diners in your group; you can also call 415-952-6198. 6pm-11pm. 359 Divisadero St. at Oak, 415-621-4132.
If you’re not quite ready for months of indoor living yet, head down to ~MISSION DISPATCH~ on Saturday November 17th for The Camp-In. Alite Designs will bring their tents and chairs to the yard, but you should also BYO camping gear (think camping chairs, headlamps, and the like) while watching the summer camp classic Wet Hot American Summer. Rice Paper Scissors will be serving Vietnamese street food and some special movie- and camping-themed snacks, like flavored popcorn and s’mores. You can peer at the menu here. The event begins at 4pm, and dinner will be served 4pm-7pm. The movie begins at 6:30pm, and they’ll be selling “concessions” from 6:30pm-9pm. Entry is free; food prices vary from $3 to $11. 1975 Bryant St. at 18th St.