Adam’s Grub Truck at Treasure Island flea market

I am obsessed with San Francisco food trucks. Recently on separate occasions I have eaten falafel, tacos and fresh baked organic cookies from various food trucks in San Francisco, and naturally I dragged Shane and his family along for a food truck extravaganza.

Aunt Annie and Uncle Wally were visiting from the East Coast on the same weekend as Treasure Island Flea Market. First we had to do our obligatory swing by Baker Beach, my favorite spot in the San Francisco Bay Area.

All guests to our apartment are required to walk the 5 blocks to Baker Beach and take the obligatory Golden Gate Bridge picture.

All guests to our apartment are required to walk the 5 blocks to Baker Beach and take the obligatory Golden Gate Bridge picture.

Then we drove across the city and half way across the Bay Bridge down to the Treasure Island Flea market. I stumbled upon a pair of Ariat paddock boots to wear with jeans for $12 that just so happened to be size 7.5. After weaving through each and every vendor’s tables, our group had become hungry, so we began assessing our food truck choices. The Chairman was there as usual, as was the Slider Shack. Our group decided on Adam’s Grub Truck, thanks to the ridiculously alluring names on the menu– with choices like “The Kraken,” “The Double Dragon” and “The Mad Phoenix,” I didn’t think I would ever be able to choose.

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Fortunately, the jalapeños and “Liquid Dragon Fire” sauce caught my eye, so I settled on “The Drunken Master.” This was an excellent choice– pulled pork, jalapeños and Asian slaw on a brioche bun. We sat on the lawn enjoying our various creations from Adam’s Grub Truck.

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Picture of Adam’s Grub Truck… now you’ll know what to look for! Follow them on Twitter @adamsgrubtruck, as they tweet out their location!

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When Treasure Island flea market is not in session, Soma Street Food Park is your best daily bet for SF’s amazing food trucks! They have plenty of good seating over there, too! I’ve been over there three times already, despite it being on the complete opposite corner of the city from me.

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