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One of the few vegan places you can drag a carnivore to for margaritas and chips with to-die-for guacamole. Cafe Flore A tiny place that looks like a roadhouse and features one exceptionally-well-done dish: spaghetti and meatballs. Head over for a mason jar full of booze, a crisp ceasar salad and a heaping bowl of the house special. Check the website to see where in SF they’ll be on any given day and what trucks are participating.
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