Off the Grid Friday Night Food Truck Party Spring 2023
Off The Grid
Off the Grid, the roaming mobile food extravaganza, brings delicious food to the public with free sides of music and soul at Fort Mason Center For Arts & Culture (FMCAC). Off the Grid’s mobile gourmet food vendors set up in Fort Mason Center For Arts & Culture’s parking lot every Friday evening from March 24, 2023 through June 23, 2023, 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. After a summer break, Off The Grid trucks return in September and October 2023.
Live musical entertainment for Friday, March 24, 2023, 8:00 p.m., is Big Blu Soul Revue with California-style soul, funk, rhythm and blues (also playing Friday, April 28, 2023, 8:00 p.m.). On Friday, March 31, 2023, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., groove with instrumentalists Radio Veloso.
Enjoy beverages from Sonoma, CA’s Kivelstadt WineGarten and Rye On The Road craft cocktail services.
A variety of vendors are on board for 2023. Enjoy delicacies from creators such as A16 (Chestnut Street pizza purveyors), An The Go (noodles, seafood, and more), Bacon Bacon (Haight neighborhood emporium of all things bacon), Bini’s Kitchen (Nepalese cuisine from the soul), Capelo’s Barbecue (pulled pork, brisket, ribs, hot links, and smoked or grilled chicken, plus classic and nouveau sides), Churreria SF (specialty churros), Cielito Lindo Mexican Street Kitchen (MSK, burritos, tacos, quesadillas, nachos, mole, cochinita pibil y mas), Cousins Maine Lobster (lobster bisque and rolls, shrimp tacos, clam chowder, tots, and more), Curry Up Now (Indian street food favorites — samosas, sexy fries, bowls, burritos, naan bites, kathi rolls, fritters, mashes, chaat, and much more), Fish and Bonez (brunch for dinner hits, sticky rice, coffee cake, biscuits, tacos, and burritos), and the Hula Truck (Pacific Island flavor with a NorCal twist, tocino, adobo, kalua pork, lechon kawali, lumpia, islander tots, and papaya salad).
More vendors featured at Off The Grid FMCAC include: Johnny Doughnuts (scratch-baked classic such as old-fashioneds, crodoughnuts, fritters, filled bismarks, cinnamon rolls, and vegan treats), Korean Bobcha (bobcha burrito, cup bob, bibimbob, bobcha tots, and bobcha KFC with pork, Bulgogi beef, and BBQ or Korean fried chicken or tofu), La Santa Torta (birria specialities — red tacos with beef or vegetarian-style, and noodles), Lorraine’s Cafe (classic comfort food — omelettes, subs, quesadillas, burritos, homefries, and more), Mimbo House (inspired by Cameroonian roadside eateries — Jollof tomato-based rice bowls, Egusi veggies, Akara black-eyed pea fritters, Mbongo plantains, Garri cassava salad, and Moringa cheese cake), Rocky Island Oyster Company (seafood, prawns, shrimp, ceviche, lobster rolls, chowder, steamed clams, halibut, and more), Senor Sisig (Filipino fusion flavor — sisig tacos, sisig burritos, sisig nachos, sisig fries, sisig salad, with pork, chicken, or tofu), The Chairman (bao buns with pork, pork belly, chicken, or tofu, and wonton chips), The Penny Ice Creamery, and Tokachi Musubi (signature omusubi rice ball delights, chicken karaage, croquettes, and more).
Check the Off The Grid FMCAC event page each week to see vendors and entertainment scheduled for specific evenings.