Dulcinea Gonzalez Rock n’ Roller/Miracle Worker
needs a butler and a trip to Spain
Neighborhood: Potrero Hill
Gig: Event Marketing Manager, San Francisco Bay Guardian
What are you up to these days? I am putting together a new album for my band Midnite Snaxxx that will be coming out soon on Red Lounge Records, organizing an event at the de Young in celebration of the Picasso exhibition, and getting ready for Budget Rock 10.
Where would you have your last meal on earth? BBQ chicken burrito at Taqueria La Cumbre. It was my first meal in SF, so it's fitting it should be my last.
Where do you get your local gossip? Terminal Boredom, there’s so much shit talking about music it’s unreal. My bandmates are crucial for the serious juicy stuff! Then, there’s Eater, Tablehopper, and Noise blog on SFBG.com.
Who's your favorite quintessential local character? Dick Vivian, owner of Rooky Ricardo's Records. Dick runs the coolest record shop in San Franciso, is totally down for his hood, is exceptionally knowledgeable about music, and taught me how to do “The Madison!"
Why do you love your neighborhood? I love Potrero because you can eat killer food, see bands, take a tour of Anchor Steam Brewing, and still find a parking space.
What's your favorite under-the-radar SF restaurant? Breakfast at Tiffany's off of San Bruno. Folks here are keeping it real. You can almost imagine Karl Malden or Michael Douglas eating here right out of an episode of The Streets of San Francisco circa 1972. The service is salty, yet sweet n' sassy. My fav is the Armida Special that has just about everything in it but the kitchen sink – most importantly CHORIZO!
What would you change about SF? Make it cheaper, open the Eagle Tavern, and put KUSF back on the airwaves.