Crème Brûlée Cart to Get a Permanent Home - NBC Bay Area

Crème Brûlée Cart to Get a Permanent Home

Popular food service will have three set ups for eaters to choose from.



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    The Creme Brulee Cart sets up shop around the city in various spots at random times, mostly in the Mission and often with sibling, Magic Curry Kart.

    The man behind the popular Crème Brûlée Cart in San Francisco may soon have a permanent home.

    Curtis Kimball, who began selling tasty treats on the streets of San Francisco in 2009, is getting ready to open up a walk up window at Vega on 1246 Folsom St.

    The story was first reported by Eater SF.

    The Crème Brûlée Cart already has a legal city-approved cart, a food truck and now he will have a physical location as well.

    The window will be open from noon to 8 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and noon to 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.