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Blue Bottle's Permit

Blue Bottle's Permit

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Date:
August 19, 2010
To:
Recreation and Park Commission
From:
Cassandra Costello
Through:
Nick Kinsey
 Re:
Permit for Mobile Food Concession in Mission Dolores Park.
 Agenda Item Wording:
Discussion and possible action to approve a permit for Blue Bottle Coffee LLC in MissionDolores Park.
 Background:
The Recreation and Park Commission approved the publication and distribution of a Request forProposals (RFP) package on July 16, 2009. The RFP solicited respondents to operate pushcartsin City Parks. The RFP asked respondents to bid on specific park locations and allowedrespondents to propose to operate in parks other than those where pushcarts are currently located(Golden Gate Park and Civic Center).The Department undertook this endeavor in an effort to activate park spaces, provide additionalamenities to park users and to generate additional revenue to the Department. The RFPprioritized menus featuring healthy and sustainably grown foods as well as those featuringdistinct culinary offerings.Earlier this year, the Commission approved the selection of Blue Bottle Coffee to operate aMobile Food Concession in Dolores Park. Department staff have since negotiated permits withBlue Bottle (Exhibit A). The Department is currently accepting proposals on a rolling basis andstaff intends to return to future Commission meetings with additional selected respondents.
Permit Terms:
This permit is for a period of five years. The permit requires Department approval of thepermittee’s equipment, menu and prices, signage and hours of operations. Additionally, thepermittee would be required to clean and maintain the park space surrounding their concession.
 
The following chart lists the financial terms for the permittee:
Permittee Location Brief Description of MenuMinimum AnnualGuaranteePercentage RentBlue Bottle CoffeeLLC Mission Dolores Park Coffee, pastries and snacks 12,000
Ten (10) percentof monthly grossrevenues up to$60,000 and12.5% of monthly grossrevenues over$60,000, minussales tax
 
Next Steps:
Upon approval by the Commission of the attached permit, Department staff will work with thepermittee to quickly begin operating. In addition, a selection panel has recommended two newmobile food vendors consisting of Annakoot Indian Street Foods and Annies Hot Dogs. Staff will present these proposals to the Commission at a future meeting.
Financial Impact:
If permit is approved with all of the selected respondents, it would result in a revenue increase of no less than $12,000 to the Department annually.
Supported By:
Selection Committee (unanimously)Department management and staff 
Opposed By:
None knownAttachmentsExhibit A–Blue Bottle LLC Permit
 
 
Exhibit A-Blue Bottle LLC Permit
REVOCABLE PERMIT TO ENTER AND USE PROPERTYby and betweenCITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCOandBlue Bottle Coffee LLC,PermitteeTo operate a Mobile Food Truck in Mission Dolores Park San Francisco, CaliforniaAugust 20, 2010
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCOGavin Newsom, MayorSAN FRANCISCO RECREATION and PARK COMMISSIONMark Buell,
 
PresidentTom Harrison, Vice PresidentGloria Bonilla, CommissionerDavid E. Lee, CommissionerMeagan Levitan, CommissionerLawrence Martin, CommissionerMichael J. Sullivan, CommissionerPhilip A. Ginsburg, General Manager

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