First-Ever Underground Farmers' Market Drops in Two Weeks -- If It Can Find a Venue
Grocery shopping and a good party rarely happen in concert, but Iso Rabins of forageSF wants to change that. He's organizing an underground farmers market to take place in two weeks, on Friday, Dec. 18 -- at night, with fresh produce, pies, pickles, baked goods, soap, music, drinks, and "chestnuts roasting over an open flame..." The fire marshal's potential issues aside, this sounds like a rager we'd want to join, especially with holiday shopping on the horizon. On behalf of forageSF, Rabins promises to contribute wild mushrooms, huckleberry jam, acorn flour, and fresh acorn bread. The only problem is -- as is the case with many a good party plan -- Rabins needs a venue. Please get in touch if you have a bright idea. Otherwise, we'll just take it to the moon tower, chestnuts and all. To be considered as a vendor, go here; to volunteer, here.
forageSF Rabins hawked sea beans at the Eat Real Festival in August.