Who Doesn't Like Street Food?
Ask anyone who has travelled to most major cities in East Asia and they'll say that one of their favorite experiences were the street food vendors. What's better than leaving your favorite establishment with a late night craving and seeing kobe burgers or chorizo chilaquiles to spend that last $5 on?
I love street food and would love seeing more places allowed to operate within the city. It could only add to the culinary diversity that SF has come to represent.
Allowing anyone to set up shop anywhere would be ridiculous. But if we ensure that the tenants are paying their taxes, what do we have to lose?