There is a food trend that is sweeping the nation, food trucks. Once best-known for tacos and sandwiches, the simple food truck is changing into something most never expected. Gourmet food trucks are popping up all over the country. Thanks to word of mouth and now, social media, these trucks are finding loyal followers and new patrons every day. San Francisco and the Bay Area is one place that will have you salivating at the plethora of food truck options. Pristine Agency invites you to take a closer look with us at 3 of the trucks which are making headlines in the foodie world to date.
Curry Up is one of the favorite food trucks in San Francisco. They have graduated from just one truck to four, and also have three fixed restaurant locations as well. Their mobile munchies are easy to find as they announce their upcoming locations on their Twitter feed.
Doc’s of the Bay is the place to grab a burger. This isn’t your typical burger. For those seeking the quintessential American burger look no further than their classic. It is a 5 oz. patty that is topped with American cheese, fresh local veggies and served on griddled challah bread form Firebrand, a local artisan bakery. There are other options for the non-red meat loving, which prefer yard bird, or live a vegetarian lifestyle as well. For those looking for tasty sides to accompany your sandwich of choice, you have to try the 50/50, an order of potlatch fries and green beans. Little side tip; also order a side of their homemade red bell pepper ketchup.
As the name would suggest, there are some interesting creations being made at the Cosmic American Voodoo Van. One of the fan favorites is the green beans battered and fried like funnel cake. Not to be missed also are the shrimp Po’boys and their steak sandwich which is also available in a vegan version. Tip, make sure you try the Kong. This is their take on a dessert sandwich that is made with marshmallow fluff, peanut butter, salted bananas and then rolled in cocoa krispies and deep fried.
None of these places will leave you unsatisfied with your food choice. Be part of the revolution and begin the search for your favorite on your next trip to the Bay Area. You will be glad you did.