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Batch Made Market

A brand new underground food festival | Sunday
By - posted 9/8/2013 No Comment

Like the Underground Market, the first ever “Batch Made Market” will be more than just a food market.

It’ll be more like a outdoor mini-carnival, where you can buy delicious creative local food, drink some great local beer from BrewTruc, listen to free workshops from the likes of The Mill founder Josey Baker, and compete in a fun foursquare tournament.

Batch Made Market
Sunday Sept. 8, 2013 | 10 am-8 pm
55 Duboce St, SF (under the highway: between Mission/Valencia)
$5 at the door

Free Workshops
Although all seats are already reserved for the workshops, there is plenty of free standing room for each workshop.

  • 12 pm: Hipster coffee with Wrecking Ball Coffee
  • 1 pm: Pizza Hacker: Pizza Sauce
  • 2:30 pm: Kimchi Hotdogs – Learn the secrets of Kimchi
  • 3:30 pm: Homemade Bitters with Libation Lab
  • 5 pm: Homebrew with Local Brewing Co
  • 6:30 pm: Sourdough with Josey Baker, founder of The Mill

Food Vendors | 20 Local Sellers

  • Wrecking Ball Coffee Roasters
  • burr-eatery
  • Powered by Pork
  • Ellen’s Kimchi
  • Jerk
  • Spice Child
  • Plumeria Flours
  • Sweet Pistachio
  • Stroopie Gourmet
  • Nosh This
  • Rice Paper Scissors
  • Sugar and Spun
  • Raw Daddy
  • forageSF
  • Barcote
  • The Munchie Stop
  • NUCHA Empanadas
  • Prickly Pig
  • SUP!

Foursquare Tournament

Who doesn’t love foursquare? Not to check-in, but to battle to the death armed with nothing more than a rubber ball and your wits. Sign up your team of four.  Three chances to play: 2 pm, 5 pm, & 7 pm. The winning team gets a beer and IT’S-IT’s.