We love serving scratch-cooked delicious food that is sourced locally and supports small businesses in our community. Most of the time our Artisan’s are doing the cooking – but sometimes we invite friends over for lunch and they delight us with their special recipes, stories, and hospitality.


Our ongoing pop-up series with La Cocina is a great way for us to invest in small businesses and strengthen our ties to the local community. This partnership allows us to bring in entrepreneurs for lunch service, and present new and exciting flavors while giving these business owners the chance to promote their brands, hone their skills and generate essential revenue for their businesses.

La Cocina is a San Francisco-based non-profit, that was founded in 2005 with the belief that a community of talented natural entrepreneurs, given the right resources, can create self-sufficient businesses that benefit themselves, their families, their community, and the whole city.

The mission of La Cocina is to cultivate low-income food entrepreneurs as they formalize and grow their businesses.


La Cocina supports businesses by providing an affordable commercial kitchen space, industry-specific technical assistance and access to market opportunities. They focus primarily on providing resources to women from communities of color and immigrant communities.”

Talented cooks often have tenacity and passion that fuels them in the face of adversity and the women of La Cocina are no different.

Many are immigrants that started informal food enterprises with few resources before formalizing with La Cocina’s help. Nearly 40 businesses are being cultivated at La Cocina and an impressive 30+ have gone on to open bricks and mortar restaurants around the Bay Rea. The graduates of their program are creating jobs and a more diverse and delicious food scene in the city.

We’re thrilled to be part of their journey through the incubator program and to contribute in whatever small way we can to the growth of their businesses.