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Late-Night Food And Music Orgy At Next ForageSF Market

ForageSF, the infamous organization that unites local, organic food artisans to create indie "underground" markets, is collaborating with the Public Works event space to add a new late-night element to its next market event. This Saturday, January 15th, things will start off at 11 a.m. as usual with upwards of twenty vendors: think Oaktown Jerk and Tamala Go Cafe backed by "chill" world music. Then at 4 p.m. things clear out for two hours as a cadre of night vendors ready to open for business at 6 p.m.

And then the advantages of the two-story Public Works event space will truly come into play as a barrage of music begins at 7 p.m. DJs and other local music artists performing at the night market are all listed on ForageSF's Facebook page. But we'd like to elaborate on the referenced "street performers," who will include sitar players, pop-up organists and "quirky poetry writers" to create an "exotic marketplace." All this madness will continue until 2 a.m. Keep in mind, a full bar and 1000 people are expected at both portions of Saturday's "underground" festivities, but the event organizers are hopeful the ample space and quantity of vendors will keep long lines at a minimum. Become a ForageSF member if you wish to attend.

· Night Market Vendors Jan. 15 [ForageSF]
· Dining Experiences, All Illicit, That Extend Beyond the Palate [NYT]
· All Previous ForageSF Coverage [~ ESF ~]

Public Works

161 Erie St., San Francisco, CA

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