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Friday, February 28, 2014

Off the Grid Returns March 14 With Carnival Games and Cocktails

Posted By on Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 11:30 AM

click to enlarge Off the Grid, 2013
  • Off the Grid, 2013

Fear not, food truck fanatics: Off the Grid at Fort Mason is coming back for its fifth season on Friday, March 14th. Save yourself the trouble of deliberating restaurant reservations or which Polk St. bars to hit and dedicate your Friday evenings to live music, games and of course food truck nirvana at Ft. Mason Center.

This spring's Off the Grid will feature 35 vendors (with 14 new additions), making it the largest evening street food market in the state. The new theme plays on S.F.'s retro amusement, with carnival games like Skee-Ball, Whack-A-Mole and Shuffleboard. Don't expect a dry market -- in addition to a local keg wine program, Alembic will serve cocktails and Magnolia Brewery is bringing its limited brews all season. This year, OTG has extended its hours till 11pm so you can play, drink and munch after dark.

Here's a list of what trucks you'll see in a couple weeks:

Alicia's Tamales

An the Go

Azalina

Bacon Bacon

Bini's Kitchen

Bok Ssam

Bombzies BBQ

Burr-Eatery

Casey's Pizza

CupKates

Curry Up Now

Drewskys

El Pipila

El Sur

Fat Face

FiveTen Burger

France Delices

Happy Dumplings

Jeepney Guy

Johnny Doughnuts

Koja Kitchen

Little Green Cyclo

Lobsta Truck

Nora Cocina Espanola

Raj and Singh

Red Sauce Meatballs

Roast Co.

Rocko's Tacos

Sanguchon

Senor Sisig

Sugar and Spun

The Chairman

The Crème Brulee Cart

The Taco Guys

Off the Grid

Fort Mason Center

Landmark Building D

339-5888

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