Anyway, I read this one as, “What Are These Gays Behind?”
But IRL it says “What Are These Guys Behind?”
Lou Bustamante of SFoodie has the deets on the Dos Equis Food Truck featuring “interesting” grub from Hapa SF.
There will be no beer available but YOUR LUNCH IS FREE!
Itlog na Maalat – Pickled duck egg with fresh heirloom tomato
Adidas Atchara – Braised chicken feet, a Filipino street food classic, is served with Atchara, or pickled green papaya and mango.
True Sisig -Thrice cooked pig’s head with jalapeno, kalamansi lime, soy sauce and shallot
October 3: Don Chee Way (near Justin Herman Plaza/Ferry Bldg.; 11am-3pm)
October 4: Main & Folsom (11am-3pm)
October 5: Vallejo & Front (11am-3pm)
October 6: TBD (check @DosEquis)
October 7: Berry Street (AT&T Park; lunchtime)
October 9: Sacramento Street (FiDi; 11am-3pm)
October 10: 4th Street (11am-3pm)
October 11: Castro neighborhood (11am-3pm)
October 12: Don Chee Way (near Justin Herman Plaza/Ferry Bldg.; 11am-3pm)
October 13: Castro neighborhood (11am-3pm)
It’s ba-aaaack! It’s the Dos Equis Beer Most Interesting Show in the World and it’s coming back to town on October 5th at the Ruby Skye at 8:00 PM.
So, stop what you’re doing and get your free tickets right now, before they’re all gone.
See photos from past year’s efforts below. The deets for 2010:
Ruby Skye, 420 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 View map, Ages: 21 and Over. Price: $ 0.00
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The well-run Mezzanine in 2009:
Now, just to give you a taste from shows from the past.
It’s Melody Sweets!:
Beatboxer Butterscotch accompanying what must be the world’s largest saxamophone – a purple bass:
The Human Spring!:
There were whips and crossbows in the house, but edged weapons were the order of the day:
Mr. and Mrs. G have a Mr. and Mrs. Smith thing going on, apparently.
Aiming a crossbow using a mirror to pop a balloon. Love hurts:
From some show Down South, I think. This is a 17-city tour so not everybody gets to see the same thing, necessarily:
All right, see you there!