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“Off the Grid” Returns to Fort Mason

Nearly 30 food vendors in a huge circle with a full bar & bands? Now that’s a party!
By - posted 3/2/2016 No Comment

Nearly 30 food vendors in a huge circle with a full bar and bands in the middle? Now that’s a party; it’s also California’s largest weekly street food market. 

Off the Grid is a weekly outdoor food truck bonanza staged every Friday from 5-10 pm at the historic waterfront campus of Fort Mason Center.

In 2016, Off The Grid features nearly 30 food trucks, food tents and dessert carts, plus a cocktail bar, wine bar and beers  all coming out to Fort Mason Center, rain or shine. And each week there’s typically DJs from 5-8 pm and live bands from 8-10 pm.

Off the Grid Friday Night Food Truck Party
Every Friday | 5-10 pm*
Fort Mason, SF
FREE Admission

*Seasonal – typically OtG closes during the winter and the 10 pm end time might change. Always check offthegrid.com first before attending.

Sample Food Truck & Street Cart Vendor List | 2016
The truck list varies each week, but here’s a typical lineup you can expect.

New Fort Mason Vendors for 2016

  • Southern Comfort Kitchen
  • Izzy’s Cheesesteaks
  • GyroStop
  • Frozen Kuhsterd
  • Rasoi Kitchen
  • Flambé Asian American Grill
  • PB&JG

Returning Fort Mason Vendors

  • Johnny Doughnuts – Desserts
  • The Chairman – Chinese
  • Lobsta Truck – Seafood
  • Senor Sisig – Mexican, Filipino
  • Bombzies BBQ – Asian Fusion
  • The Creme Brulee Cart
  • Happy Dumplings – Chinese
  • Bini’s Kitchen – Nepalese
  • Bok Ssam – Korean
  • Frita’s Shack – Mexican Fusion
  • Jeepney Guy – Filipino
  • The Boneyard – BBQ
  • An the Go – Vietnamese
  • El Sur SF
  • Curry Up Now – Indian
  • Drewski’s Hot Rod Kitchen – Sandwiches
  • Korean Bob Cha – Korean
  • Hula Truck – Hawaiian
  • The Taco Guys – Mexican, American
  • KoJa Kitchen – Asian Fusion


  • Cocktail Bar from Rye on the Road
  • Beer & Wine Bar

Vendor lineup is, of course, subject to change.

Off the Grid

Off the Grid is largest network of gourmet mobile food markets anywhere. They work with hundreds of vendors each week in dozens of locations around the Bay Area including the East Bay, Peninsula and North Bay, creating vital community spaces and supporting small businesses wherever they go.

> Off the Grid Weekly Schedules

Got an idea for a new location? Shoot them your ideas at grub@offthegridsf.com. Please note that some Off the Grids do not operate during the winter months.