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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Have Mustache, Eat Street Food

Posted By on Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 2:45 PM

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Beards (and dogs) are also welcome.
​Following their "Street Food for Singles" night last month, Magic Curry Man, SexySoupLady, and Wholesome Bakery have devised a new theme night for this Friday, August 7: Mustaches. Wear a mustache or bring a mustache-sportin' friend to a yet-to-be disclosed location to sample an eccentric array of eats. Follow their tweets for clues closer to the event.

As with last month's gathering, the organizers are welcoming all food carts to come sell their wares. Expect to see fresh vendors like the days-old Adobo Hobo and the even newer Gumbo Man, who completed his maiden voyage this past weekend, along with "veteran" (i.e., weeks- or months-old) favorites.

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