There are certain blocks in this city that seem like mini-universes. Each week, we'll highlight a stretch of pavement where you could spend an entire day and night. Next up? Telegraph and 51st Street in Oakland.
You’ve seen La Cocina entrepreneurs selling their wares at the San Francisco Street Food Festival and at the La Cocina kiosk at the Ferry Building. But those aren’t the only places where you’ll find them. Many of the program graduates are opening up shops, restaurants and expanding their presence far and wide.
Street food. That’s so 2010, right? Only here’s the twist: Recently, it‘s been appearing on the menu at brick-and-mortar restaurants. It’s street food, in the house.
Last fall, we published the 10 Best Lunches Under $10 in Union Square. It was so popular, we decided to do it with every neighborhood. Rather than attack this subject as outsiders, we're approaching "hyperlocal" dwellers from each 'hood to give us their picks — in this case longtime Russian Hill resident, cookbook author and Epicurious contributor Amy Sherman. You may know her as the blogger at Cooking with Amy; follow her on Twitter at @cookingwithamy
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