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j mather | Dec 6, 201807:36 PM    

I'm a fan of the work of La Cocina, https://www.lacocinasf.org/, the culinary business incubator. I've been to Nyum Bai, Reems, and I'll visit El Pipila soon, which I saw in the Chron today, https://www.sfchronicle.com/food/arti....

The La Cocina website unfortunately does not list the businesses started by their graduates (as far as I can find). Does anyone out there have a list?

El Pípila Opens Its First Brick And Mortar Restaurant

A counter top stretching through El Pípila’s new brick and mortar space on Brannan Street is stark white, just like the freshly painted walls, the seats...

www.sfchronicle.com
Nyum Bai
Reem's California
El Pipila
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