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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Tonight in SOMA, Street-Food Carts Plan an Epic Convergence for SFBC's Bike-In Movie

Posted By on Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 11:42 AM

click to enlarge Sexy Soup Lady at the summer's first Bike-In Movie Night. - RHONDAWINTER/FLICKR
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  • Sexy Soup Lady at the summer's first Bike-In Movie Night.
Remember the classic Rockestra of the '70s? A couple dozen gods of rock, standing side by side on a stadium stage, simultaneously laying down hellaciously tasty chords? Well, the cart food equivalent drops tonight, when a pantheon of local food vendors converges on S.F. Bicycle Coalition's Bike-In Movie Night in a parking lot opposite the Good Hotel (112 Seventh St. at Mission) for the third such event of the summer. Tonight's flick? The Triplets of Belleville, the 2003 animated film vaguely about the Tour de France and a lot of big-jowled French types. There's free valet parking, the film screens at 8, and food vendors plan to start selling at 7.

Who, exactly, will be jamming? Behold a partial lineup: Pizza Hacker, Toasty Melts, Adobo Hobo (unveiling vegetarian adobo), Wholesome Bakery, Sexy Soup Cart, Brazilian Bites, Lumpia Cart, Adobo Roll-O (a debut appearance), Magic Curry Kart, Gumbo Cart, Soul Cocina, Sweet Cart, the Chai Cart, Bike Basket Pies, and Gobba Gobba Hey.

Children of the pavement, this is your motherfreaking Woodstock.

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