Joining Bakesale Betty, Big Nate Thurmond’s BBQ, Sam’s Chowder House and Tacolicious (all announced in 2017) will be:
La Cocina, a culinary incubator that mentors female entrepreneurs in San Francisco and the East Bay.
Old Skool Cafe, a 1940s-style supper club run by at-risk youth in San Francisco.
“They not only represent great cuisine from the Bay Area, but also provide youth, female and minority entrepreneurs with opportunities to further their businesses,” Warriors President and Chief Operating Officer Rick Welts said in a statement.
Both La Cocina and Old Skool will have their own outlets within Chase Center.
Also getting a spot at the enter will be Tony G’s Pizza by a pizza champion Tony Gemignani
Additionally, five vendors and three local restaurants were named Wednesday as Chase partners, which means they may be involved in operating a specialty food cart or catering events or playing some other food role within the arena. They are: .
Sarap Shop: Filipino food for both vegans and omnivores from a San Francisco-based Filipino-American food truck.
CC Made: Artisanal caramel popcorn made by Cassandra Chen, a member of Working Solutions Group and Chase Entrepreneurs of Color Program.
Chef BOUG: Bayview chef Tiffany Carter’s crab cake po’boys and other soul food.
Earl’s Brittle: Peanut brittle made by Bayview resident Earl Shaddix.
Yvonne’s Southern Sweets: Southern sweets from Bayview resident Yvonne Hines
Sugar & Spun: Called an “unconventional spin” on cotton candy, a member of Working Solutions Group and Chase Entrepreneurs of Color Program.
Five Dot Ranch: Napa-based ranch that provides antibiotic-free, hormone-free beef on Northern California pastures.