In the seventies and eighties, “mobile dining” consisted of an ice cream truck circling your subdivision with that catchy tune parading along the streets. In the nineties and into the new millennium, roach coach taco trucks fit the “street eats” bill.
These days, you have to be living in a house wrapped in saran wrap not to know that the Bay Area has a raging food truck culture! Within minutes of having a “must eat now” craving, you can hop on Facebook or Twitter and lunch or dinner is covered.
Vendors in San Francisco and Oakland led the food truck movement in the last two years and the trend now… it’s EVERYWHERE! From the Livermore Wine Country, to Santa Clara to Milpitas, we explored some great vendors and venues!
Jon’s Street Eats (Alameda and Emeryville)
Ahi tuna roll
American comfort food on a bun
510 refers to the East Bay’s area code, a nod to the neighborhoods 510 burger is committed to serving.
Korean Burritos, you can find them outside of the South Bay’s Dance Clubs till 2am.
Sam’s Chowdermobile (Bay Area Wide – we found them in Fremont)