Posts tagged food hall
$4M Tenderloin Food Hall Suffers Financial Setback [SF Weekly]

On Monday [May 7th], neighborhood advocates gathered together to ask City Hall to help them secure the funding. Caleb Zigas, La Cocina’s executive director, says the plan is to have seven businesses open in the place, all run by women and people of color. Read the full story on SF Weekly.

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Nonprofit Food Incubator La Cocina Envisions Major Tenderloin Food Hall [Eater SF]

Nonprofit food incubator La Cocina, which has helped women of color formalize or launch food businesses like Reem’s CaliforniaEl Buen ComerNyum Bai, and Alicia’s Tamales Los Mayasthrough its Mission District commercial kitchen, hopes to expand with a new 7,000 square foot food hall to be located in the Tenderloin. The project, which would be called La Cocina Municipal Market, is in its early stages, and would be undertaken as an interim use activation of the former post office site at 101 Hyde (at Golden Gate), a stopgap use of the vacant city-owned property which is set to become affordable housing.

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