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On Sundays, the farmers' market stalls transform into a clamorous collection of vendors selling antiques, clothing, and all manner of miscellaneous...
This bustling Saturday produce market has been a city institution for over 75 years.
For years, SFoodie has found it impossible to visit the Alemany Farmers' Market without gawking at Rosa de Santis's citrus stand. Her cara caras and oro blanco grapefruit are positively mundane -- the... More »
The only problem at El Huarache Loco is deciding what to have.Everything on its extensive menu -- whether the familiar tacos andquesadillas, or the less-known gorditas and pambazos -- isextraordinary. But you must have at least one of the dishes the standis named for: a big shoe-shaped (hence the moniker) antojito, made withorganic corn masa, topped with your choice of nine deliciouspreparations, including carne asada, potatoes with chorizo, the specialchewy cured beef... More »
Heart of the City Farmers' Market, U.N. Plaza (near the corner ofFulton and Hyde)There's a surprising abundance of soul food in San Francisco, atestament to a culinary resistance to the rising clout of the organicfood movement, which hasn't entirely captured the breakfast crowd thatdrizzles melted butter over a plate of grits. Fortunately, Southernfoodies don't have to choose between their taste buds and theirarteries. On Wednesdays, they can visit John Akins underneath his tentat... More »
We're always hesitant to draw attention to Bernal Heights: For all its marketable charm, the neighborhood remains oddly quaint and unhyped. Its weekly flea market, however, is too great to keep secret. Unfortunately, for you Saturday-night-owls, you must hit the market by 11 a.m. (it runs every Sunday from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.) to get the good stuff. The spread is small and select, and the treasures disappear fast. Once you're there with cash in hand (ATMs are scarce in the vicinity), don't... More »
If you think high-end chocolates, wine bars, and chichi restaurants don't belong at a farmers' market, head to the southeastern corner of Bernal Heights for an earthier experience. The Alemany Farmer's Market opened at this location in 1947, and it's one of the most successful in the country. It features local growers and vendors in covered and uncovered booths hawking greens, fruits, vegetables, spices, ethnic specialties, nuts, breads, coffees, and just about anything else you'd want to... More »
Conventional wisdom says to visit the Alemany Flea Market, the weekly used-goods spree that sets up shop each Sunday, early in the day for the best finds. But when you're looking for a groovy couch or a kitchen table, that just ain't the truth. The sellers who hauled their heavy crap to the curb at 6 a.m. are loath to put it back on the truck at 3 p.m. Visit after lunchtime and you'll find cool furniture priced to move, with haggle-happy merchants more than willing to let the price come down... More »
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