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Thursday, April 14, 2011

Tonight: Mission Community Market Unveils Familiar Foods, Mystery Mural

Posted By on Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 3:45 PM

click to enlarge LUIS C./YELP

Mission Community Market

Where: Bartlett between 21st and 22nd Streets

When: Tonight, April 14, 4-8 p.m.

Cost: Free

The rundown: The Mission Community Market: It's not just for summer anymore. It debuted last year to much cross-cultural fanfare, and this time it's arriving early and running all year long. The centerpiece of tonight's market is the unveiling of a 200-year-old mural, but there'll also be hip-hop dancing, Latin music, and (of course) loads of tasty street food. Vendors include the recently controversial Chaac Mool, Dontaye Ball's Good Foods BBQ, Mission Pie, Arizmendi Bakery, and much more. You should probably leave work early; the event is starting right about now.

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New York refugee Jesse Hirsch tweets at @Jesse_Hirsch. Follow SFoodie at @sfoodie, and like us on Facebook.

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