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Want to sample different cuisines without the inconvenience of commuting? Head straight to District 6 (formerly SoMa StrEat Food Park), which offers up to ten rotating food trucks. Open daily for lunch and dinner, it is a treat for all those who like to savor variety. The food park also offers services such as wireless internet, free parking and roofed seating for its patrons. Apart from that, District 6 features a giant screen that shows movies and sporting action. You can also hire the place for private events and celebrations.
Tacolicious is not the average taquería that you'll find all around this Mission District location. The trendy Tacolicious always has nine different tacos on offer, including one special taco of the week; fillings can range from cochinita pibil to butternut squash and chard. In addition to the namesake tacos, there is also a menu full of other dishes from salads to enchiladas and tostadas. The full bar offers a huge selection of tequilas, Mexican beers and hand-crafted cocktails.
This mobile pizzeria delivers delicious rustic Neapolitan styled pies to the streets of San Francisco. Del Popolo is more than just your average food truck, the ingredients are sourced fresh from a local producer, and the truck itself is an architects delight made out of an old shipping container with a wall of glass doors. Visit their website or follow them on twitter to find out the location of the truck throughout the week.
If it weren't for the scent of fried chicken and waffles and the large crowd milling around, you might not find this little take-out window in an alley in SoMa. Although the selection isn't extensive, the few things they do, they do extremely well. Southern favorites are the specialty here, especially the fried chicken and waffles, but you can also get giant pulled pork, fried chicken and catfish po' boy sandwiches, and sides hearty breakfast dishes like all kinds of different grits, biscuits and gravy, fries and the ethereal waffledog, a hot dog wrapped in a waffle.
Pink is the color of choice at Good Luck Dim Sum. This great hole in a wall serves delicious dim sum at bargain prices to locals from around the city. Walls, tables, chairs and menus all have a rosy glow that is a bit odd, but easy to overlook when you can buy two barbecue pork buns bursting with a savory filling at a reasonable price. Steamed shrimp dumplings in opalescent wonton wrappers are spiked with chives. There is nothing fancy here, just basic dim sum served cafeteria-style rather than from rolling carts, but the food is good, the service quick and the damage to your wallet very minimal.