The French call it Bastille Day. On San Carlos Avenue, it was just another fun day.
The block between El Camino Real and Laurel Street was packed with people at mid afternoon, visiting the various restaurants, businesses and coffee shops.
If you planned it right, there was food, wine and water and cupcakes to be had by all.
Nicole Chavez, who hosted the event, said it more than just a wedding event. Her vendors, from around the Bay Area, elegantly presented their products.
"You could use these for any number of events," said Chavez, who lists interiors and graphics, in addition to weddings, as her specialities.
Chelsea Johnson, in charge of private dining and special events at Piacere Restaurant, had a beautiful display of prawns and tomatoes that were almost too good to eat.
Across the way were trays of small cupcakes just begging to be plopped in your mouth.
Wedding photographer Olivia Richards was located just to the right of the wine and water, showcasing her work with a beautiful portfolio.
You just never know what you're going to find on any given day in San Carlos, which is way we keep coming back.
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