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Friday, October 19, 2012

Off The Grid Adds North Beach Market

Posted By on Fri, Oct 19, 2012 at 9:00 AM

Joe DiMaggio Playground hosts the newest Off The Grid market. - YELP/MARTIN M.
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  • Joe DiMaggio Playground hosts the newest Off The Grid market.

Roaming food truck market Off The Grid continues to expand ambitiously, with the latest weekly event set to debut in North Beach. This first foray into the neighborhood will be held at the Joe DiMaggio Playground every Wednesday from 5-9 p.m. beginning on October 24.

See Also:

- Off The Grid Hosts Picnic at The Presidio All Month

- An Interview With Off The Grid Organizer Matt Cohen

- This Space for Rent: Off The Grid Rolls Out Food Truck

Each week will feature live music and a changing array of eight food trucks. The starting lineup includes Cookie Time, Sanguchon (Peruvian), Municher (German), Cheese Gone Wild, Kinder's BBQ, Pacific Puffs (cream puffs), Kasa Indian, and Little Green Cyclo (Vietnamese).

Off The Grid's biggest weekly shebang, held at Fort Mason on Friday evenings, tends to hibernate between late November and March, but this crew is definitely not sleeping.

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