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Bayview Underground Food Scene PopUp Market

Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre

Weekly Event - Every Thursday: 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)

San Francisco, CA

Bayview Underground Food Scene PopUp Market

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The Bayview Underground Food Scene PopUp Market takes place every Thursday at the historic Bayview Opera House in the heart of Bayview, with ample parking in a provate lot, the T-line and many buses. Bayview artisan cooks show off their wares, hot food is available for immediate consumption with friends and neighbors. Bayview Opera House Dare 2 Dream artists keep your kids entertained while you shop!
A recent 7X7 article described a few of the vendors:

Food vendors vary as do their offerings from week to week, but here are some highlights:

ToliverWorks serves up fantastic soups, mostly vegan and vegetarian, such as her "Pumpkin Bumkin" with a vegan broth, sugar pumpkin, mushrooms, leeks, spices and fresh herbs and layered with complex flavors and spice. 

Auntie April's Chicken & Waffles Soul Food, a popular soul food restaurant a few doors away offers classic dishes like jambalaya or shrimp and grits. 

Another favorite is the mix of Cuban, African and Caribbean food from Nia Soul (Nia is the Swahili word for purpose). From Nigerian kebabs to mac and cheese or chicken and black eye-peas, it's easy to put together an enticing combo meal. 

Family business Comfort Foods National run by mother and son Angelique and John Tompkins offers three varieties of succulent yogurt dressed chicken salad. Don't miss the citrus version with apricots and almonds. Light and healthy but very aromatic, these are perfect for weekday lunches. 

A proving ground for new businesses, the Fox and Lion Bread is the brainchild of Xan DeVoss, a self taught baker looking to balance the flavor of sourness and grain in her levain breads made with California grains milled at Grass Valley Grains. Sharing a space with her is Earl's Bread. Earl is a local chef, maker of the world’s tastiest peanut brittle and a passionate Bayview advocate who recently helped organize a cottage law class for local wannabe culinary entrepreneurs. 

On the sweet side are Bayview based Feve Artisan Chocolatier known for their Good Food award winning rosemary caramel chocolates  and Yvonne’s Southern Sweets, famous for her butter cookies offered at some Peet's locations, as well as pies, cakes and pecan pralines. 

With an emphasis on affordability, the market is one of the better bargains in town, with many items as low as $3 and a weekly $5 menu. The market has a liquor license and will soon be selling wine from Gratta Wines. There's also some gift and beauty items like handmade soaps from Beautiful You boutique.

Have questions about Bayview Underground Food Scene PopUp Market? Contact Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre

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Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre
4705 3rd St
San Francisco, CA 94124

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Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre

Bayview Opera House
Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre
4705 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94124

www.bvoh.org

o:  415-824-0386

f:  415-824-7124

e: info.bvoh@bvoh.org

Our Mission:

To serve as the focal point for the Art and Culture in the Bayview Hunters Point community by providing accessible and diverse, high-quality arts education, cultural programs and community events in a safe environment.

Our Values:

To pursue high standards of excellence in arts instruction and diverse programming, to encourage youth to participate in the arts, to foster a sense of community and cultivate relationships that are respectful, inspirational and inclusive.

The Bayview Opera House, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) formed in 1989 to operate the Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre.

The South San Francisco Opera House, as it was  originally called, opened on October 4, 1888 by Masonic Lodge #212, to house art performances and community gatherings.  The Bayview Opera House (BVOH) is one of four city-owned cultural centers operated by a nonprofit organization providing cultural and arts programming to under-served communities in San Francisco. 

The BVOH is available for rent for both public and private events, with a focus on providing affordable space to artists and arts organizations producing cultural events. 

The Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre is 124 years old and  is known for being the city’s first and oldest opera house.

We are San Francisco's  historic landmark building No. 8 and as of March 21, 2011 we were inducted into the National Register of Historic Places as a National Landmark! 

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