Try going out on Sunday, for once: Southern Ramen and Blues! »
What are you doing on Sunday night, pals? We’ve got an idea: Southern Ramen and Blues, a “temporary food happening” (translation: “one-time-only dinner”) at Gravel and Gold in the Mission!
Don’t even pretend that menu doesn’t make you hungry. Potlikker, black-eyed peas (another legume superfriend!), greens, hotsauce, chowchow, and pickles? Come on! Plus the chef, Mark Andrew Gravel (of tonight’s “The Whole Bean” funtimes at Hayes Valley Farm!), says that while every “food happening” he puts on is vegetarian, only some are vegan, and hadn’t planned this one to be, he will set aside some of the potlikker to keep vegan! Isn’t that just the nicest thing?
You realize, vegan pals, this actually sort of obligates you to attend, now. What if there is vegan broth and no one to appreciate it? We will be shamed! So terribly shamed. So go on, buy your tickets now, they’re only $10 plus $1.24 handling. That is a good cheap dinner these days! Plus you get music, and camaraderie, and who knows what else, it will be great! We must remain hopeful in this time of unemployment and global warming (seriously, too hot for shirts at Vegansaurus sattelite office: Central Valley) and war and general misery. Go eat some new food and make a friend, or something.
Southern Ramen and Blues goes from 6 to 11 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 17 at Gravel and Gold, 3266 21st St. at Lexington Street. Buy tickets for $10 here.
[we found this linked in Flavorpill SF!]