— By Kevin Montgomery (@kevinmonty) |
First, rental prices in San Francisco pushed restaurants out into the streets, creating a fleet of trendy, $4-a-taco mobile eateries that just couldn't cut in the rough-and-tumble brick-and-mortar world. Now the fashion world is catching up to the foodies, bringing Top Shelf Boutique right to the doorstep of San Francisco's sunburnt and weed-addled fashion community.
With the way rents are climbing, pretty soon every restaurant, business, bar, and apartment will have wheels and a chassis. Time to bulldoze SOMA and pave a fantastic parking lot with WiFi hotspots and cappuccinos? Oh wait…
Eric Gregory | [Permalink]
Doubt there was much to bulldoze for the SOMA street food park, unless they bulldozed the trucks that used to park there.
Chicken John | [Permalink]
I knew it. It was either gonna be an auto parts store or a fashion boutique…
I called it first!!!!!!