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Off The Grid

January 4, 2017

 

 

Where can you order chicken vindaloo while your friend eats a lobster roll just a few feet away with no need to worry that the food has been sitting under heat lamps in a food court? Off the Grid offers folks with universal palates the chance to try an array of different foods from around the globe. Whether you are a particular eater or are willing to try anything once, Off the Grid will leave you with a sumptuous meal and a good time. 

 

Off the Grid is a mobile food truck festival that sprung up in San Francisco in 2010. The simple idea to offer street food with international flair exploded, and now Off the Grid stretches from Sacramento to San Jose, and has been gaining momentum in San Diego as well. From vegan to Korean BBQ, this collection of food trucks offers something for everyone, even your friends with the pickiest eating habits. 

 

Not only does Off the Grid please the palate, but it also creates a charming atmospheric experience. This cuisine bazaar partners with local talent to bring music center stage during evening gatherings. Off the Grid also offers a unique lunch rush experience for those working or visiting in downtown San Francisco with multiple pop up markets. 

 

Off the Grid is a great compromise for groups of friends who can never agree on where to eat. It is also a great date destination, especially if your paramour has an adventurous palate. With multiple pop ups in locations throughout the Bay Area every single day of the week, there is no way to miss out on a fantastic street food feast if you decide to eat at Off the Grid. 

 

Kylie Hicks is a Bay Area native. She enjoys karaoke, trips to wine country, and discovering good eats in the City.

 

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