Crowdfunding sites have been a huge boon to restaurateurs, with restaurants from Rich Table to AQ to Hillside Supper Club gaining an extra boost from contributions. Unfortunately, that didn't seem to make the difference for Tamale Lady Virginia Ramos, whose campaign for a Mission brick-and-mortar ended on Saturday with only $19,201 of her $50K goal in the coffers. It's unclear if she'll go forward on the project—though Supervisor David Campos has had her back, so she may still have a shot. [Indiegogo]
by Allie Pape
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