Food & Drink

The Hottest Street Food In The Suburbs

May 7, 2012 10:01 AM

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Photo Credit: fivetenburger.com

Photo Credit: fivetenburger.com

The Bay Area has a raging food truck culture! And not just in San Francisco. Throughout the Bay, gourmet food trucks are popping up on street corners in every neighborhood. Roach coaches are a thing of the past. These suburban street food vendors create affordable, inventive, and delicious food, and stay in touch using social media. So once you hop online, you can hop on over and dig in.

Doc’s of the Bay (Emeryville)
www.docsofthebay.com
twitter.com/docsofthebay

What’s not to like about “American Comfort Food on a Bun”? Try the classic burger, black bean burger, original red bell ketchup, and a seasonally rotating selection of specialty sandwiches. Save a few bucks and grab a “lunch box”, a ready-to-go burger and fries meal, complete with an Arnold Palmer to wash it all down.

five ten burger The Hottest Street Food In The Suburbs

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Five Ten Burger (Oakland, Emeryville, Berkeley)
www.fivetenburger.com
twitter.com/fivetenburger
facebook.com/fivetenburger

Five Ten refers to the East Bay’s area code (510), a nod to the neighborhoods Five Ten Burger is committed to serving. Check in with Facebook or Twitter for locations and a rough weekly menu. After all, if a truffled grilled cheese sandwich is being served up right around the block, you’ll want to get on that.

WOW Silog Truck (South Bay Wide – we found them in Milpitas)
twitter.com/thewowtruck
facebook.com/TheWOWTruck

Thanks to WOW, you can dig into unique and fresh Filipino tacos. That’s right. Filipino tacos. Stay in touch on Twitter for up to the minute updates and menu specials. If you’re looking for some new flavors and food creations, WOW will make you say, well… wow!

MoGo BBQ (South Bay Wide)
www.mogobbq.com
twitter.com/mogobbq
facebook.com/MoGoBBQ

Unlike restaurants, food trucks have the flexibility to let their creativity shine. Which is how MoGo BBQ came up with their delicious Korean burritos. MoGo comes to you when you want street food the most, like lunch near your office, or even better, you can even find them outside of the South Bay’s Dance Clubs till 2am.

Cabana Dave’s (Livermore, Pleasanton and Dublin)
www.cabanadaves.com
twitter.com/cabanadaves

Cabana Dave has traveled throughout the Caribbean and New Orleans and developed a passion for all types of food found around the Gulf of Mexico. Cajun, Caribbean and Authentic Southern & Texas BBQ are Cabana Dave’s specialties, and they’re all on wheel, coming straight to you, or your special event.
Brian’s Fave: the jerk chicken wrap.

Edgewood Eats (Every Monday Night in Palo Alto)
facebook.com/edgewoodeats
twitter.com/edgewoodeats

Every Monday night, food trucks from all over the South Bay gather in this abandoned lot and serve up 5-star cuisine at 2-star prices. Arrive with an empty stomach and a taste for adventure, and try a bit of everything. From Indian burritos to Butterscotch pudding cups, you’ll become a street food convert… if you aren’t already one.

Ready for your next culinary adventure? Head over to Eye on the Bay’s Food & Drink section and discover the best of the Bay.

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