Tofu Banh Mi from Ebbett's Good To Go

Monday, September 13, 2010

Like Nancy Botwin, East Bay moms Suzanne Schafer and Shari Washburn wanted to do something that would guarantee they'd make the afterschool pick-up. They rolled out Ebbett's Good To Go earlier this summer (their formal launch was at Eat Real last month), in an imposingly tall, wood-paneled sandwich truck painted a lush, pale blue you swear they copied from Pottery Barn Kids.

Schafer and Washburn have been hawking in Emeryville. Last Friday was their S.F. debut, at Off the Grid Civic Center. I went to check out their cubano, but it'd sold out. I consoled myself with the tofu banh mi.

It was way better than consoling.

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