OMG Food Trucks! San Francisco’s Official “Mobile Food Facilities” Town Hall Meeting is Coming February 25th

The BOMA has all the deets:

“The SFDPW will hold a Mobile Food Town Hall to address any concerns regarding the Mobile Food Facilities Ordinance on February 25, 2011 at 1 South Van Ness Avenue, Atrium Conference Room”

Well, maybe not all the deets, like the time it will start, but that’s OK, we’ll get that situated soon ‘nough. Just mark you calendars at this point.

What’s it like to step out of your tired, struggling, old-school bricks-and-mortar lunch spot with six idle employees and one customer at 11:30 AM to see a regular hirugohan phenomenon? It  looks just like this, as seen on Mission:

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In other news, horrible Alison Rowe of struggling, poorly-rated (relatively – we can get into that if you want, but probably you don’t want to do that) Harvest & Rowe, you know, that place what looks like a sleepy bank lobby most of the time, has won her crazy battle against the harmless Japacurry food truck.

Oh well.

(But sometimes you win the battle and then lose the war. We’ll see.)

Anyway, I’ll post the time of the Town Hall when I figure it out.

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  2. patrick C says:

    I posted a 1 star review of Harvest & Rowe to protest Alison Rowe’s harrassment of JapaCurry, but Yelp took it down:

    I’m writing to let you know that we’ve decided to remove your review of Harvest & Rowe after it was flagged by the Yelp community.

    Undoubtedly, this topic is worthy of discussion, and we welcome conversation about the business and related matters within our Talk boards at http://www.yelp.com/talk. However, It’s important to us to keep the discussion separate from the review space for local businesses and organizations, which is more of a forum for people to discuss their unique, firsthand interactions and not broader opinions or philosophies. We understand that these issues and events are important to you, but ultimately have determined that these reviews are not consumer experiences, and as such we’ve elected to remove them in accordance with our Content Guidelines http://www.yelp.com/guidelines.

    We understand and appreciate that Yelp reviews would seem like a natural forum to discuss this business, and encourage you to pursue the discussion within the threads at http://www.yelp.com/talk. If you have any questions about our decision, please email feedback@yelp.com. Thanks for using Yelp!

    Regards,
    Tina
    Yelp User Support
    San Francisco, California

    Guess I’ll have to actually fork over some scratch for Alison’s boring overpriced food before I can give my 2 cents worth.

    pcc