It's the first of an annual series.
Early highlights include some perfect hush puppies and really good ribs.
The truck will be parked on weekdays behind the restaurant on Commercial Street, for lunch only.
Also, a reader of Michael Bauer's thinks the Pizza Place on Noriega is trying to screw them out of one percent extra in tips.
The rather awesome wood-oven pizza truck debuts at last.
Also, Ippuku in Berkeley is now doing a soba lunch menu.
It's the first of its kind in the world, as far as anyone knows.
Slider Shack is a truck doing regular and Hawaiian-inspired sliders.
And it's such a nice day, too...
They return from their winter hiatus.
The Board of Supervisors will mull a revision to the ordinance, in opposition to a new state bill that imposes a three-block buffer statewide.
The vendors say crooks are treating their trucks like ATMs.
And right next to Biergarten!
They're not doing Irish-Eritrean fusion just yet, but as Jon Kauffman notes this week, S.F. has its very own bizarro combo food truck in Éire Trea, from the minds of neighbors Alan Hyland and Absulam Abdai. They've got shepherd's pie,...
Also, there's a new food truck pod at Levi's Plaza.
The SoMa Streat Food Park (346 11th Street at Division), which we told you about last month, is breaking ground tomorrow after many months of permitting hurdles. There'll be covered seating for 200, permanent restrooms, and space for nine or...