It’s easy to get sloppy with maps. However, the recent review of food in the “SouthEast of San Francisco” lumps DogPatch in with Bayshore and Bayview. Did this really happen? The DogPatch is obviously going in another culinary direction than the soul food that the author quoted.
Perhaps the author wanted to draw attention to the area at large. I completely understand that. However, I feel like that it needs to be stated that the majority of 3rd Street in the DogPatch has a whole different feel to the cuisine than the industrialized, factory area appetites to the south.
I love Velma’s on Jerrold St because it has the Southern touch that I require as a Kentucky gal. However, when I go to the crafting areas or the Crafting District of San Francisco, the cuisine reflects the customers that typically go to buy crafts. In other words, the cuisine is very artsy, generously portioned , and affordable.
Don’t you agree?