Three Hot Foodie Events For Your Weekend Agenda

There’s a little block party brewing on 22nd Street tonight! First up, quirky kitchenwares shop Pot + Pantry is having a beer- and treats-fueled art opening for Alyson Thomas dubbed Meat Market: Art Show for Carnivores. Just down the block, art gallery-slash-boutique Fabric8 is also hosting an art opening, along with its regular Street Food Friday event. Between the two shops, you can load up on grub from Magic Curry Man, Hot Buns, SF Soup Slut, TomKat, Nosh This, and Sweet Constructions Cookies. Yum.
When: Friday, May 6, 6 to 9 p.m.
Where: Pot + Pantry, 3412 22nd Street (between Guerrero and Dolores streets); 415-206-1134; Fabric8, 3318 22nd Street (at Valencia Street); 415-647-5888.
Speaking of street meat, the San Jose Food Truck Festival is back for round two on Saturday. After 10,000 people showed up at the festival’s debut last month, this time the event will be held in a venue three times as large as the first, with even more vendors (Curry Up Now, MoGo BBQ, and Treatbot, included), and a new organization model in which meals are split into lunch and dinner service to cut down on those inevitable lines.
When: Saturday, May 7, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for lunch, 5 to 9 p.m. for dinner
Where: Peralta Adobe, 175 West Saint John (at North Almaden), San Jose.
The much beloved (but still somewhat hush-hush) Wise Sons pop-up Jewish deli will hit the city once again this weekend inside of Jackie’s Cafe in the Mission. Look for Jewish classics—from pastrami and rye bread to chocolate babka—made by owners Evan Bloom and Leo Beckerman, along with other treats from locals Beauty's Bagel Shop, Soda Craft, Clairesquares, and others.
When: Saturday, May 7, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: Jackie’s Vinoteca & Cafe, 105 Valencia Street (at McCoppin Street); 415-864-5225.


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