2948 Folsom St.
at 25th St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
~LA COCINA~ (“The Kitchen”) is a local and extremely innovative non-profit I really believe in—you can check out a recent article I wrote about them in the latest issue of Edible San Francisco. On Monday, March 6, from 2pm-6pm, the micro-business owners are inviting chefs, restaurateurs and culinary retailers to meet the entrepreneurs behind the businesses operated out of La Cocina, as well as taste their delicious sweet and savory treats, from tres leches cakes to authentic huaraches to hand-rolled vegan truffles. If you’re in the industry, you really shouldn’t miss this—everything is so authentic, and delish. Bring La Cocina's delicious products into your own restaurant, store or bar and give back to the Bay Area community at the same time. Please RSVP for ExpoCocina to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The mission of La Cocina is to assist lower income micro-entrepreneurs in becoming economically self-sufficient and achieving business sustainability by providing them with fully-licensed affordable commercial kitchen space, technical assistance, and access to new market opportunities. La Cocina aims to assist low-income Latina, minority, and immigrant women in San Francisco who operate informal food related businesses, or who are starting new businesses.