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Namu hosts ‘rogue market’ with County Line Market on Sept. 12

Namu hosts ‘rogue market’ with County Line Market on Sept. 12

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Namu’s booth at the San Francisco Ferry Building.
(Tammy Quackenbush photo)

Neo-Korean restaurant Namu in San Francisco will host a weekly “rogue market” in cooperation with Petaluma’s County Line Market at Namu’s Inner Richmond district location on Sunday, Sept. 12, from noon to 3 p.m.

County Line is a “35-acre certified-organic farm that is in year-round production.”It specializes in green vegetables but also grows tomatoes, strawberries, basil, onions, beets, fennel, herbs, edible flowers, etc. I noticed the list includes green-leaf shiso, known in Korean as kkaenip.

At the Namu–County Line “rogue market,” customers will receive pre-ordered “mystery boxes” of produce harvested earlier that day. The mystery boxes cost $25 and are ordered via County Line Market’s website for pickup at Namu.

Namu staff posted photos of their recent trip to the County Line Harvest farm, where they picked, tasted and cooked up some of the current harvest.

To spice up the “rogue market” deal, Namu will include a free bottle of the restaurant’s kimchi.


  1. I think you spelled "rogue" wrong a few times.

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