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A coalition of Bay Area food trucks known as “Off The Grid” is joining together to help Typhoon victims get back on their feet.
Face it, when it comes to food trucks in SF you've actually got a lot of choices. And because choices are hard, we've decided to help by narrowing things down to our top eight, so you know who to go to and what to order to get the most bang for your buck (and we do mean buck
Prepare yourselves, because the annual event thrown by local non-profit and food incubator La Cocina will be more massive than ever, with 85 vendors lining Folsom Street from 20th to 26th Streets on Saturday, plus a Food and Entrepreneurship Conference Sunday and, of course, Friday's Night Market.
Held at the venerable Alemany Farmer’s Market, the Second Annual Night Market, part of the Street Food Festival, is a prelude to the main event on Saturday. But those in attendance will be allowed to try street food from all different cultures, in a much more intimate setting.
For those who thought the street food scene in San Francisco would start to lose some steam, it continues to move forward as strong as ever.
Officials will soon examine the food trucks' success and whether this should become a recurring event.
The restaurants take turns offering food. Tamara Lam-Plattes was thrilled the day she got to order from Shanghai Dumpling King. "Which is like way out in the Outer Richmond. I used to live by there so when I saw that they would bring that here for lunch, that's kind of like, amazing," she told ABC7 News.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed legislation Tuesday to establish clearer and better guidelines for operators of food trucks.
The humble taco is also what turned chefs Jason Hoffman and Justin Close, a pair of classically trained cooks looking to do their own thing, into the Taco Guys.