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Food Truck Watch
Annie Tittiger | Photo: Ben Hale | August 31, 2012
Three mobile eateries that have gone site-specific.
Brunch truck Fogcutter has set up shop for good in Dear Mom’s kitchen to bring the hipster bar some daytime fare, including its now famous olive oil waffle and the E.A.T. (fried egg, avocado, tomato) sandwich.
2700 16th st. (at Harrison St.), 415-625-3362
After three years of pounding the pavement with his cart, Curtis Kimball, the Crème Brûlée Man, is opening a walk-up window in SoMa next to coffee spot Vega.
1246 Folsom st. (near 8th St.), 415-260-1262
Onigilly rice balls have found a brick-and-mortar home on the brink of the Financial district. Fill up on the snow crab or miso tuna balls before heading back to your cubicle.
343 Kearny St. (at Pine st.) 415-671-4706