The Magic Curry Kart
We finally got to interview chef Brian Kimball, the founder of San Francisco’s Magic Curry Kart. Brian has been a huge influence on the San Francisco street food scene. His makeshift bike/kitchen was a staple of the early street food scent and could be seen throughout the city streets serving up delicious, traditional style Thai curries. We sat down with Brian to discuss where the idea came from and where it’s going.
On the music front we had: Justice,
Flight of the Choncords
and Jeremiah Jae
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