You'd have to be living under a rock not to know that the Bay Area has fallen in love with street food. There's the legal kind, sold from licensed trucks as well as from hole-in-the-wall operations such as Little Skillet and Kitchenette. And then there are the unlicensed or informal purveyors, who alert followers to their locations via Twitter and keep one eye out for the gendarmes. San Francisco and Oakland both recently hosted festivals devoted to street food, with some stands even staffed by high-end restaurants getting in on the fun. There are restaurateurs who are influenced by the customs of other cultures, too, the kind we experience vicariously on Anthony... More >>>