This is the West, after all. So, when they circle the wagons in San Francisco, something must be going on.
So — if you’re in a TC, just camp out down by Crissy Field or Marina Green, then head over to Fort Mason (Friday nights only). The food trucks are circling …
Tonto … the wagons are circling. What can it mean?
… and the crowds are rushing to them. Indian food … Vietnamese … Korean … Curry … Burgers … Pork Belly sandwiches … Flan … Cupcakes … oh, and much, much more. Inside the circle, and on the edges are tents serving and cooking. And indeed, the natives are restless!
Find something tasty, grab a chair, and relax … off the grid, of course. We chose wisely … Bombzies BBQ (pictured above, BBQing chicken) serving Vietnamese BBQ; then Alicia’s Tamales (we got chicken again) – stuffed with love.
Vietnamese chicken BBQ was $9 (it was more than enough for 2); Alicia’s Tamale was $3.50 … and was maybe the best ever. Homemade … made with love … and soooo good I ate it before I could snap a picture.
A band started playing while everyone mingled and asked each other: “where did you get that?” It was good fun … crowded, tasty, and a perfect way to end a work week. If you’re ever camping down SF way on a Friday, the “circling of the wagons” goes from 5:00 to 10:00 at Fort Mason – don’t miss this.