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Friday, November 13, 2009

Plenty of Food Cart Lunch and Dinner Options in S.F. Today

Posted By on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 10:48 AM

click to enlarge Smitten Ice Cream debuts its quince streusel flavor today. - T. PALMER
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  • Smitten Ice Cream debuts its quince streusel flavor today.
There are ample opportunities to check out some food cart-and-truck action in San Francisco today, whether the hankering is for lunch or dinner. Sam's Chowder Mobile of Half Moon Bay, rarely in S.F. (but still working on building a dedicated city van), will be parked at 500 Terry Francois (at Mission Bay Blvd. N.) from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Go early for a crack at the item that sells out first, the fantastically buttery lobster roll. There will also be food carts in South Park at 11:30 until they sell out. Look out for Gumbo Cart, Adobo Hobo, Wholesome Bakery, and Brazilian Bites.

Digest for a couple of hours, then head to Alabama between 21st and 22nd Streets from 4 to 6 p.m. for PizzaHacker (offering a new sourdough crust from Sour Flour, with Glaum Ranch eggs on top), Smitten Ice Cream (debuting the new quince streusel flavor), Soul Cocina, and Sweet Constructions.

After that, it'll be time for Street Food Fridays at Fabric8 (3318 22nd St. at Valencia), which takes place from 6 p.m. until the food runs out. Fill up on seconds from PizzaHacker and Soul Cocina, as well as Bacon Potato Chips, Gobba Gobba Hey, and the Crème Brûlée Cart.

TGIF!

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