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All the Food & Drinks Coming to SF’s New Tunnel Tops Park This Fall

Fort Point is bringing their beers, plus find Algerian, Bulgarian, Indonesian, Singaporean cuisines & more
By - posted 10/6/2022 No Comment

San Francisco’s new favorite park, Presidio Tunnel Tops, which opened July 17, 2022, recently announced its full lineup of Presidio Pop-Up food vendors coming to the park through the end of the year.

Most notably, San Francisco’s Fort Point is bringing their beers to the park. The local craft brewery will serving Lobos hazy IPA, Sfizio Italian style pilsner, Yuzu KSA Radler and the Villager, its San Francisco style IPA on draft, according to The San Francisco Examiner.

Delicious food celebrating the Bay Area’s diverse cultures and cuisines is offered by mobile trucks, carts, and tents at Presidio Tunnel Tops and at the Main Parade Lawn on a rotating schedule seven days a week, weekdays from 9 am to 5 pm and on weekends from 9 am to 5:30 pm.

See the below list of vendors for the fall season, October 1 through December 31, 2022. See an up-to-date schedule for this week‘s Presidio Tunnel Tops Pop Up vendors.

  • Amapola – Traditional sweet alfajores cookies and Dulce de Leche, with the taste of Argentina in every bite. All organic treats from a female-owned, Latina business. @amapolabites
  • Authentic India – Classic South Asian dishes such as chicken tikka masala and lamb kabob reimagined in eat-as-you-go naan wraps. @authenticindiasf
  • Bocadito Colombian Snackeria – Snacks such as obleas wafer with dulce de leche, gluten-free pandebonos cheese breads, and empanadas. A La Cocina graduate business. @bocadito_sf
  • Borsch Mobile – Serving traditional Ukrainian fare such as borscht, pyrizhky, varenyky potato dumplings, and more. @borschmobile
  • California Kahve – Organic coffee, espresso, and matcha. @california.kahve
  • Cater2uSF – A rotating daily menu of Cali-Fusion cuisine, from braised oxtail tacos, to jerk chicken from the Caribbean Islands to southern fried chicken or a Friday fish fry. @chef_rhonda_plummer
  • The Chairman SF – Voted Best Food Truck by San Francisco Magazine, serving bold and unique ingredients in baos (steamed and baked buns) inspired by the street food of Asia. @chairmantruck
  • Chika – Bar cart serving canned Latin-inspired cocktails. @eatchika
  • Cochinita – Mexican salbutes, panuchos, tacos, and burritos wrapped in handmade fluffy tortillas. @cochinita.sf
  • Colibri – An extension of the bar from the Colibri restaurant in the Presidio Officers’ Club, serving their signature margarita and more. @colibrimexicanbistro
  • Curry Up Now – Innovative Indian Street food from one of SF’s beloved food trucks. @curryupnow
  • Curveball – Serving the Bay’s best handcrafted sliders using custom ground beef and local, natural ingredients. Did anyone say garlic fries? @curveballmobile
  • D’Grobak – Contemporary Indonesian Street food featuring bakso—their famous traditional beef ball soup—and other dishes from the motherland. @dgrobak.bayarea
  • El Fuego – A choice of fiery Mexican birria, fish or veggie tacos, healthy bowls or torta sandwiches. @elfuego.sf
  • El Porteño Empanadas – Makers of beloved Argentinian empanadas and dulce de leche alfajore sandwich cookies. @elportenosf
  • Estrellita’s Snacks – Specializing in craveable El Salvadoran pupusas, tamales, fried plantains, and tostadas. A long-time vendor in the Heart of the City Farmers Market, with a kiosk at the La Cocina Municipal Marketplace. @estrellitas.snacks
  • Fort Point – San Francisco’s hometown beer company, known for putting unique spins on classic styles, brews right here in the Presidio. Try cold, fizzy beer, and bites from their newly-launched seafood menu, like the Dungeness Crab Roll, Fish Dip, and Shrimp Cocktail. @fortpointbeer
  • GIO Gelati – Authentic Italian artisan gelato made by a 4th generation master gelatiere with farm-fresh California ingredients. @gio_gelati
  • Jolly’s Old-Fashioned Teas Cream – Where the ice cream parlor meets the tea house. Serving creative tea-infused ice cream. @jollysteascream
  • Kabob Trolley – Hearty halal Afghan fusion street food like gyros, cheesesteaks, or rice bowls, with plenty of veggie options. @kabobtrolley
  • Kayma – Serving hearty, halal Algerian dishes such as couscous and chicken bowls and grilled ras el hanout marinated lamb baguette sandwiches. Kayma also accepts restaurant meal program EBT. A La Cocina Marketplace business. @kaymaeatery
  • Kona Ice – Shaved ice with the flavors of island life. It’s not ice cream– it’s a tropical treat! @konaice
  • Kuker – Bulgarian cuisine featuring the famous street food staple banitsa – a filo-pie filled with feta and Mediterranean herbs. @kukersf
  • Lady Victory – From the women-owned, popular bar Victory Hall, a 1967 VW bus serving up creative cocktails, including several with ube, because a great cocktail is a celebration of everyday victories. @ladyvictorysf
  • Lahore Di Khushboo – Women-owned Pakistani food truck serving Pakistani favorites like biryani, paratha rolls, samosas, and the traditional falooda dessert. @lahoredikhushboo
  • Los Cilantros – Delicious Mexican tamales, tostadas, and guacamole with high-quality service and ingredients. Also found at a brick and& mortar at La Cocina Municipal Marketplace and La Pena in Berkeley. @loscilantros
  • Mama’s Papas – Ono Latin Hawaiian fusion dishes such as pupusitas and kalua pork quesatacos. @mamaspapas
  • Media Noche – Serving mouth-watering, hot-pressed Cubano sandwiches including the media noche on eggy brioche. @medianochesf
  • Mi Morena – Delectable Mexico City style tacos de guisado with stewed carnitas, chicken tinga, cactus pads with summer squash, and made-on-the spot, fresh hand-pressed tortillas. A La Cocina Marketplace business. @mimorenasf
  • Nusa – Unique, classic Indonesian desserts and snacks, handcrafted following traditional home-style recipes. Try the iced roselle tea with basil seed. A La Cocina business. @nusa.sf
  • Porchetta Toscana – Celebrating Tuscan culinary traditions, centered around the prized porchetta – a slow-cooked and savory boneless pork roast with crackling skin. @porchettatoscana
  • Poke a Go Go – Healthy, fresh poke over grain bowls, burritos, and nachos. Don’t forget the warm soft pretzels. @poke.a.gogo
  • Rye on the Road – Craft cocktail service. @ryeontheroad
  • Satay By the Bay SF – Classic Singaporean favorites such as satay with peanut sauce and chili crab fries. @sataybythebaysf
  • YoSoyCeviche – Traditional Peruvian fish and shellfish ceviche complete with house made plantain chips, and Andean corn nuts. @yosoyceviche

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