John BirdsallOh, look: The Wall Street Journal noticed JapaCurry's struggle to find a parking spot Downtown. Tomorrow's online edition of the WSJ includes a story by Jim Carlton, who talks to restaurant owners in the FiDi and beyond. One owner is conspicuous by her silence, though: Alison Row ... More >>
misocrazy/FlickrFood Cart Smarts
Where: San Francisco Public Library, Latino/Hispanic Meeting Room A and B, 100 Larkin (at Hyde), 557-4400
When: Thurs., Feb. 10, 5:30-7 p.m.
The rundown: If you've never used the Internet or eaten a snack, maybe you haven't heard of the mobile ... More >>
John BirdsallThe Rib Whip truck, in its lot at 246 Ritch in SOMA.With all the drama swirling around JapaCurry this week, the food has sort of been lost. But you can check out Jay Hamada's take on katsu and other curries Monday in SOMA, in what should be less charged surroundings, when JapaCur ... More >>
Jay Hamada with the mysterious meter-feeding Anna.Just when you thought it couldn't, the JapaCurry truck saga just got stranger.
Today's Wednesday, the day JapaCurry has a permit to park on Mission at New Montgomery. Owner Jay Hamada told SFoodie that, to ensure that Harvest and Rowe's Alis ... More >>
John BirdsallHarvest and Rowe's Alison Rowe, feeding the meter at the Second Street space where JapaCurry has a permit to sell.Things are getting messier in JapaCurry's struggle to do business in two spots it has permits for in the FiDi. You'll recall that Harvest and Rowe cafe owner Alison R ... More >>
Sonya T./YelpJapaCurry's lunchtime line at Mission and New Montgomery.After last week's encounter with an angry restaurant owner, Jay Hamada didn't park his JapaCurry truck on Second Street on Monday and Tuesday. Instead, Hamada submitted three new locations yesterday to Alfreddie Steward, th ... More >>