Archive for July, 2009

Update: John Birdsall from SF Weekly’s SFoodie blog chimes in on this piece. Hit the jump to see his thoughts! In this new feature series on Hoodscope, I will be taking a look at 7×7’s infamous list, The Big Eat SF: 100 Things to Try Before You Die. I’ve been tackling this list for quite […]


Elotes are a very popular street food served all over Mexico. It’s roasted corn on the cob, slathered in butter, mayo, cheese, and chili. The type of cheese used is cotija cheese, which is a dry, grainy cheese from Mexico. It’s fairly salty and is used in many traditional Mexican dishes. The thought of eating […]


To kick off this year’s first annual San Francisco Street Food Festival, they are hosting a fun scavenger hunt that begins on August 1st and culminates at the festival on August 22nd. The festival is a collaborative effort between La Cocina, street food vendors, and restaurants. They are closing down the street and hosting a […]


Right across the street from Taqueria Los Coyotes is another favorite cheap eats destination, Pancho Villa Taqueria. A fairly good taqueria in its own right, the true value of this place shines during it’s happy hour from 3-5pm on Monday-Friday. The tacos come with your choice of meet topped with onions, cilantro, and salsa. They […]


If you have nothing better to do on a Tuesday night, Pacific Standard Time at 330 Ritch is the place to be. I’ll be there tonight ringing in my birthday, so come on by for some good music by San Francisco’s very own DJ Sake One, who will be presenting a special tribute to George […]


Broke-Ass Stuart – 8 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Date This Summer 8.  Awkward Summer Birthdays Face it, you’re either going to let them down, or they’re going to let you down, no matter whose birthday it is.  This is especially awkward if you don’t have a “label”, yet still feel obligated to attend or do […]


Underdogs is a sports bar and grill in the Outer Sunset that also houses The Taco Shop, which is run by Nick Fasanella of Nick’s Crispy Tacos fame. At Underdogs you’ll find the same great food, including the famous Baja-style fish tacos Nick’s Way. They have a full bar with margaritas, sangria, and domestic, import, […]