Epic patty: Food Gal blogscribes her date with the 700-calorie, fat-steeped, mouth-coating mother of all burgers, the Snake River Kobe patty, which stirs from its torpor in the deep freeze to wreak arterial plaque on all who indulge. Frankly, gross. Still, Gal has us hooked: They have a tremendous lush, buttery quality that really coats your entire mouth. Like a fine wine, these burgers have a finish that just linger [sic] on and on. Oh, stop -- you had us at lush.
Last time today, promise: Bay Area Bites' Wendy Goodfriend has sweet roundup of street food resources, a companion to today's Forum discussion of pavement cuisine and a tease for tomorrow's San Francisco Street Food Festival on Folsom between 25th and 26th streets (11 a.m.-7 p.m.). And, well, us being us, we totally love Goodfriend's photo of the shirtless funky crowding the Dosa Ecstasy cart in Dolores Park during this year's Dyke March. Have we told you how much we heart this city?