UNDSCVRD SEASON PREMIER FOR THE 2018 SEASON!!! NEW LOCATION IN SOMA PILIPINAS. MUSIC, FOOD, ART, DANCE, AND COOL STUFF.
UNDISCOVERED SF Creative Night Market is a curated collection of emerging artists and merchants that celebrate San Francisco's new cultural district - SoMa Pilipinas Cultural Heritage District! UNDSCVRD goes down every 3rd Saturday 4pm-10pm at 401 Minna St. behind the SF Chronicle Building! Enjoy local artisans, food vendors, live music/dance performances, and flavor each month.
ALL AGES are welcome!
OUTDOOR FOOD FESTIVAL
Enjoy the 3rd Wave of Filipino Food vendors and beyond from the Bay Area! FREE and open to the public. We ask for a suggested donation of $5 to help us keep the event running smooth every month.
UNDSCVRD features live music and performances from Filipino and Fil-Am artists who are blowing up the underground from the Bay to LA and beyond.
Experience a Filipino inspired bazaar like no other featuring artisan merchants, SOMA history exhibits, and more!
A family/community friendly area with Arts & Crafts, Bubbles, Legos build area, E-Sports Video Games, Karaoke, Mahjong, and more.
3 FULL BARS
21+ get to enjoy full bar showcasing craft beers and creative cocktails from the best mixologists in the Bay.
Main Entrance to UNDSCVRD is located at 401 Minna St. adjacent to 5th & Mission St. intersection. Doors open 4pm. Early arrival suggested, capacity expected. First come first served.
For more info on performers, food vendors, and retail vendors, please visit https://www.undiscoveredsf.com
Binka Bites – Binka Bites is made of fun & exotic ingredients, such as coconut and rice flour, inspired by a tropical holiday pastry from the exotic Philippine islands called Bibingka (pronounced as bee-beeng-kah).
Jeepney Guy – Specializing in Filipino Lechon, slow roasted boneless pork belly with crispy skin.
Mestiza – Filipino and Mexican inspired cuisine.
Sweet Cheesus Cakes – A food truck specializing in Raclette, a delicious cheese that is melted and served over various items.
Masarap Food Truck – Serving hot sizzling authentic Filipino food and delicacies.
Barya Kitchen – The word Barya, in Tagalog means, “loose change,” which is a reflection of this modern Filipino food pop-up: accessible while maintaining a high level of sophistication.
Adobos N More – Farm-to-table Filipino Food sourced from Sonoma County.
Sarap Shop – Filipino flavors every-vore can fall in love with.
Happy Dumplings – Shandong-style jiaozi dumplings made-to-order, with a thicker, hand-rolled wrapper filled with ground pork, chicken and veggies, and pan-fried to perfection.
JT Restaurant – Traditional Filipino cuisine made with love.
Oodaalolly – Small batch chocolates made with cacao from the Philippines using Swiss techniques.
Filipino Food Movement – The organization who’s mission is to bring Filipino Food into the mainstream is coming with some savory surprises.
Lumpia Company – Specializing in Filipino style Egg-Rolls better know as Lumpia featuring flavors like The Bacon CheeseBurger, Hot Pastrami & Kale + Portobello + Sweet Potato and The Napa Valley.