Rice Paper Scissors…GO


Happy Vietnamese New Year!

In the spirit of the Tet Holiday and tiny plastic stools Katie Kwan (KitchenSidecar) and I will be throwing Rice Paper Scissors: Vietnamese Pop Up this Thursday (Feb 3rd) 5-10 PM in the Mission!

Katie and I both went to Vietnam on seperate trips and fell in love with the street food scene: old ladies in pajamas, hustling noodle soup in a small alleyway as motorbikes buzz pass; banh mi vendors servin’ up pate sandwiches in the early morning; a dessert cart hobbling through the hot university campus with cool, refreshing jelly drinks.

We’re bringing Vietnam to Valencia Street with small tables and stools, Vietnamese condiments galore, paper lanterns, and delicious food on a cozy terrace right off the street.

We’ll tweet the exact address on February 3rd; follow @littleknock and @kitchensidecar to receive the tip. Read on at Rice Paper Scissors. Hope to see you there!

Rice Paper Scissors Ed. 1
Thursday, February 3rd
5-10pm
Near 20th and Valencia St.

Poster made by the uber talented & awesome Jessica Taich

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4 Responses to “Rice Paper Scissors…GO”
  1. Jeannie says:

    What an amazing event- I would definately drive all the way to Santa Cruz if I wasn’t out of state but I guess that’s how us foodies roll. Good luck friend! See ya next time!

  2. Jeannie says:

    Drive FROM Santa Cruz that is

  3. Jeannie says:

    To San Francisco that is!

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