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Tamale Lady Fundraiser; Burrito On a Stick

THE MISSION—Fresh off her Uber crossover, the Tamale Lady (a.k.a. Virginia Ramos) is making some headway on her Indiegogo campaign. Tonight, head down to The Knockout for a punk/garage rock fundraiser that will include free tamales and a chance to contribute to the street-food legend's brick-and-mortar project. [Uptown Almanac]

ELSEWHEREBurrito Justice has unearthed a fascinating, if inherently flawed, patent for a "readily portable burrito." Filed in 1983, the patent application is full of head-scratching diagrams that make us glad burrito technology has pretty much remained static through the ages. [Burrito Justice]

BERNAL HEIGHTSHillside Supper Club hosts their Harvest Moon dinner tonight, featuring an amuse bouche and four courses with beer pairings from Cicerone Chris Cohen. Tickets are $80 and there are still some available. [EaterWire]

CALIFORNIA—Food-truckers, take note: California's Board of Equalization has created a set of "registration and reporting requirements for mobile food vendors" that wave a regulatory finger at trucks that fail to keep track of sales and tax liability. [SF Biz Times]

Hillside Supper Club

300 Precita Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94110 415 857 1461 Visit Website

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