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Reprieve for Food Trucks, Meet Market Begins

Southern Sandwich. [Photo: Tamara Palmer]

FOOD TRUCKS — The bill proposed by Assembly member Bill Monning to keep mobile food vendors over 1500 feet away from schools has been killed. While it made a lot of sense to Monning in the state capital and he plans to figure out a solution to the problem of kids eating junk, he seems to grasp that this sort of ban would not fly in more densely populated cities such as San Francisco. Ding dong, AB1678 is dead. [ISSF]

WINE AND DINE — Bluxome Street Winery (53 Bluxome) hosts its first Meet Market on March 31 with food vendors such as Oakland Jerk, Community Grains, and Butter Love Bakeshop. The pitch for the recurring event, which takes place every fourth Saturday: "Think of it as the world's most selective farmers market with a little wine thrown in for good measure." [Live Soma]

POP-UPS — Cajun food pop-up restaurant Easy Creole serves tonight at the Residence (718 14th St.) in the Castro. The menu features gumbo and veggie/carnivorous versions of étoufée. [EaterWire]

PLYWOOD REPORT — Anchor Brewing has set up the Anchor Plaza beer garden in AT&T Park fresh for the new Giants season. The first opportunity to get sudsed up and kicked out of it is on April 2. [Grub Street]

Bluxome Street Winery

53 Bluxome, San Francisco, CA

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