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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Sign of Spring: Off the Grid Returns to Fort Mason

Posted By on Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 4:10 PM

It's spring, everyone! And that means that Off the Grid is returning to its biggest location in town, Fort Mason. Starting March 22, Off the Grid will be at Fort Mason Center Friday nights with live music, 32 vendors (nearly half of them new this year), cocktails from Alembic and beers from Magnolia. Vendors will be required to debut at least one new menu item a month and regularly update their venue, so your returning favorites should offer new dishes to try.

See also: Food Truck Bite of the Week: Hoofing Burgers at Fins on the Hoof

Food Truck Bite of the Week: The Classic at Belly Burger

Food Truck Bite of the Week: Headbanging to Fryin' Maiden at Brass Knuckle

This year's market will also feature something called Prix Fixe Dining, a fancy* area set apart from the rest where you get a multi-course meal served to you from specific vendors (*we're not sure how fancy it will be in reality, but it will be heated). Currently on the list for launch are Hapa SF, Stag Dining Group, Azalina's Malaysian, and Californios, though more could be added later in the season. Reservations for these dinners are required and should cost around $40 per person; drinks will be available but not included in the price.

Off the Grid Fort Mason will happen every Friday, rain or shine, from 5-10 p.m. Here's the full food truck vendor list (starred trucks are new to the gathering):

Alembic

Alicia's Tamales

Azalina's

Bacon Bacon*

Belly Burgers

Bini's Kitchen*

Bok Ssam*

Bombzies BBQ

Californios*

Chairman Bao

Chotto*

Crème Brûlée

Cupkates

Curry Up Now

Side Pony*

Derby *

El Sur

Fat Face

Fins on the Hoof

Fritas Shack

Hapa SF

Koja

Little Green Cyclo

Magnolia Brewery

Old World Food*

Onigilly

Peter's Kettle

Rocko's Chocolate Tacos*

Sanguchon

Senor Sisig

Stag Dining Group*

Sticks*

Taco Guys

The Whole Beast*

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Anna Roth is SF Weekly's former Food & Drink Editor and author of West Coast Road Eats: The Best Road Food From San Diego to the Canadian Border.

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