Category archives for: San Francisco

San Francisco, CA: 2014 San Francisco Street Food Festival

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San Francisco Street Food Festival

San Francisco, CA: Hella Vegan Eats to Bring Creative, Delicious Vegan Fare to Phono del Sol

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What can be said about Phono del Sol 2014 food truck Hella Vegan Eats that isn’t better demonstrated by the fact that, over the past year, they’ve garnered Best of the Bay accolades from both the Weekly and the Guardian?

Novato, CA: For Marin’s Food Truck Customers, Shorter Lines Might be on the Menu

A crowd of dinners flock to food trucks selling gourmet fare on the first night of what will be a weekly event in the parking lot at Vintage Oaks in Novato on Thursday. (Scott Manchester — Marin Independent Journal)

If you’re tired of waiting in long lines at food trucks, a new state regulation might have just made the wait shorter.

San Francisco, CA: We’ve Reached Peak Food Truck – Dogs Can Now Visit a ‘Treat Truck’

"Ziggy" puts in an order. | (REUTERS/Stephen Lam)

Milo’s Kitchen, a San Francisco-based pet treat company, is answering dogs’ prayers with its “Treat Truck.” The mobile food truck, stocked with doggie treats, water dishes, tennis balls, and even a photo booth for #PupSelfies, debuted on Friday night in the Bay Area

San Francisco, CA: State Helps Food Trucks Avoid Loose Change

Gemma Paulo gets ready to pay for her order at Senor Sisig in San Francisco. (Photo: San Francisco Chronicle)

The new rule, effective July 1, presumes that prices displayed by the trucks — $8 for a sandwich, for instance — includes sales tax, which can differ from city to city. Vendors can charge the flat prices for all items, then figure out how much they owe in taxes later.

San Francisco, CA: L.A.’s Lobsta Truck is Coming in February!

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Apart from everyone’s favorite scary-looking arachnids from the briny deep, flown in daily from New England and turned into lobster rolls with drawn butter or seasoned mayo, proprietor Justin Mi keeps it closer to home with Dungeness crab rolls. Fish & chips, chowders, and bisques round out the menu.

This is unmitigated good news for the crustacean-deprived — especially because record harvests have kept the price of lobster fairly low in recent years, at least at the wholesale end. But does San Francisco’s ban on plastic bags also apply to bibs?

San Francisco, CA: G Food Truck Lounge To Bring Lounge-Room Experience To S.F. Techies

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G Food brings a lounge-room experience for high tech professionals, employees of start-ups and passersby looking for economical meals from diverse international cuisines

Burlingame, CA: Off the Grid returning to Burlingame – Food trucks staying at Caltrain location, moving to Tuesdays

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Off the Grid is returning to Burlingame after receiving the support of the City Council to stay put at its Caltrain location despite gripes from brick-and-mortar merchants who say the trucks are interfering with business.

Walnut Creek, CA: Walnut Creek About to Become Food Truck Mecca

Customers order food from the Vietnamese Fusion Grill food truck during their lunch break at the Shadelands office park in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Friday, July 26, 2013. ((Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group))

Food trucks bearing gourmet goodies are just around The Bend

Menlo Park, CA: Off the Grid Food Truck Company Plans Menlo Park Expansion

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A Bay Area food truck management companyoffering lunchtime food truck options here at Stanford—is seeking to expand into Menlo Park despite pushback from local business owners.