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Friday, January 7, 2011

Happy Potrero Hill Food News - Piccino, Piqueo, Sanguchon Food Truck

SFGate writes,
Dogpatch gem Piccino (801 22nd St.) continues to make progress on its relocation to bigger environs in a historic building nearby (1001 Minnesota St.). 
Partner Sheryl Rogat says the restaurant will balloon from 44 seats total to 70 inside and 20 more outside. The added room also will allow new executive chef Rachel Silcocks, formerly of Nopa, to expand the menu with more entrees, house-made pastas and some fried items. The ETA for the relocated Piccino - and its new neighbors in the complex, wine shop Dig and apparel store MAC - is March.
SF Weekly writes,
Chef/owner Carlos Altamirano (Mochica, Piqueo's, La Costanera) tells SFoodie he hopes to roll out the truck in 6 to 8 weeks, same spot (17th Street and Carolina) we spotted the sign. The concept: the sanguchon, a modern Peruvian sandwich Altamirano calls "the new thing" in the land of his birth.

The chef already has a street permit for the spot in Potrero, where he plans to park the Sanguchon truck 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, though he'd like to find an additional spot downtown, too. Food prep will happen in the Mochica kitchen in SOMA.

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