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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

The Food at Outside Lands Is Gonna Be Even Better This Year

Posted By on Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 6:03 PM

The huarache Alambre from El Huarache Loco, which you can eat at Outside Lands this year.
  • The huarache Alambre from El Huarache Loco, which you can eat at Outside Lands this year.

Ostensibly one goes to Outside Lands for the music, right? I mean, spending three days in Golden Gate Park amid throngs of crazy young ravers, rock dads, children of rock dads, hipster trash, and jaded asshole music journalists is only really fun if there are a ton of great bands to see. And this year there are. But they aren't the only reason to go to Outside Lands: According to SF Weekly food blog editor and avowed food truck enthusiast W. Blake Gray, the food offerings at Outside Lands this year are not only bigger than last year; they're better, too.

Gray is particularly excited about the arrival of newcomers El Huarache Loco (which produced that delicious thing in the above photo), 4505 Meats, Senor Sisig, Azalina, and more.

Check out his full post on the eating options of Outside Lands 2011 over at our food blog, SFoodie.

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