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Anthony Myint's Weakness, In-N-Out Jams, Food Truck Fridays

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THE MISSION - Mission Chinese Food partners Anthony Myint and Danny Bowien have a Tuesday ritual: Popeyes 99 cent chicken special. According to Bowien, "This is very controversial. Yeah it's not like this holy chicken that's been pastured and all amazing, but it's also 99 cents...It's good. It's consistent. And I don't eat Popeye's a lot, because, you can't do that. But Anthony will eat Popeye's. It's funny. It's his weakness." Watch the video enactment of these words over on Mission Loc@l. [Mission Loc@l]

HAYES VALLEY - NBC Bay Area reminds us that Sebo ships almost all of its sushi in from Japan and is not in compliance with the Alice Waters credo: "If you can get over the guilt of how environmentally unfriendly your meal is, you might actually enjoy Sebo. And who wants to eat green fish anyway?" [NBC Bay Area]

NAPA VALLEY Downtown Napa is now ground zero for local food trucks on Fridays. Last Friday saw Sum Charlies dim sum, sliders from The Spot Truck, Tacos Michoacan and Kara’s Cupcakes. You can find out about this week's edition here on Twitter. [The Cork Board]

IN-N-OUT - Sonoma County's third In-N-Out opened 13 days ago and the mob rush to the drive through has been so great that traffic is repeatedly jammed in the nearby intersection of Highway 101. There has even been one crash. “People drive by and yell that someone's going to get in an accident because of all the people who want to get fat," says an employee. So. Times are tough. [Press Democrat]

Popeyes on Mission Street. [Photo: Yelp/Luis C.]

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen

2598 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA