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.