Food at Presidio Tunnel Tops
Presidio Pop Up: Food trucks, carts, and tents all weeklong
Delicious food at approachable prices celebrating the Bay Area's diverse cultures and cuisines is offered by mobile trucks, carts, and tents at Presidio Tunnel Tops on a rotating schedule seven days a week from 9 am to 6 pm.
list of opening season vendors
- All Day Catering – Wholesome comfort foods such as mac and cheese, gumbo and other Southern delights.
- Authentic India – Classic South Asian dishes such as chicken tikka masala and lamb kabob reimagined in eat-as-you-go naan wraps.
- Bocadito Colombian Snackeria – Snacks such as obleas wafer with dulce de leche, gluten-free pandebonos cheese breads, and empanadas. A La Cocina graduate business.
- Borsch Mobile – Serving traditional Ukrainian fare such as borscht, pyrizhky, varenyky potato dumplings, and more.
- Casita Vegana – Delicious plant-based popular fare including tacos, quesadillas, hot dogs, and burgers.
- Chika – Bar cart serving canned Latin-inspired cocktails.
- Cocina Guirnalda – Featuring Yucatan cuisine including panuchos crispy black bean-stuffed tostadas and corn empanadas.
- Colibri – An extension of the bar from the Colibri restaurant in the Presidio Officers' Club, serving their signature margarita and more, with guac and chips.
- Curry Up Now – Innovative Indian Street food from one of SF's beloved food trucks.
- Donut Petit – Handcrafted, artisanal gourmet donuts from a little bakery in Alameda.
- El Pipila – Bringing the joys of classic Mexican street food including mango flower on a stick dusted with tajin spicy chile.
- El Porteño Empanadas – Makers of beloved Argentinian empanadas and dulce de leche alfajore sandwich cookies.
- GIO Gelati – Authentic Italian artisan gelato made by a 4th generation master gelatiere with farm-fresh California ingredients.
- Guajillo Kitchen – Featuring Mexican fare made with Guajillo peppers including tacos dorados, quesabirras and tamales.
- Jolly's Old-Fashioned Teas Cream – Where the ice cream parlor meets the tea house. Serving creative tea-infused ice cream.
- Kayma – Serving hearty, halal Algerian dishes such as couscous and chicken bowls and grilled ras el hanout marinated lamb baguette sandwiches. Kayma also accepts restaurant meal program EBT. A La Cocina Marketplace business.
- Kuker – Bulgarian cuisine featuring the famous street food staple banitsa – a filo-pie filled with feta and Mediterranean herbs.
- Lady Victory – From the women-owned, popular bar Victory Hall, a 1967 VW bus serving up creative cocktails, including several with ube, because a great cocktail is a celebration of everyday victories.
- Mama's Papas – Ono Latin Hawaiian fusion dishes such as pupusitas and kalua pork quesatacos.
- Media Noche – Serving mouth-watering, hot-pressed Cubano sandwiches including the media noche on eggy brioche.
- Mi Morena – Delectable Mexico City style tacos de guisado with stewed carnitas, chicken tinga, cactus pads with summer squash, and made-on-the spot, fresh hand-pressed tortillas. A La Cocina Marketplace business.
- Poke a Go Go – Healthy, fresh poke over grain bowls, burritos, and nachos. Don't forget the warm soft pretzels.
- Red Bay Coffee Company – Brewing artisanal, direct trade, quality coffee with inclusivity, diversity and social justice.
- Route 1 Coffee – Cold brew and pour-overs. The signature beverage is the delightful coffee con leche.
- Rye on the Road – Craft cocktail service.
- Satay By the Bay SF – Classic Singaporean favorites such as satay with peanut sauce and chili crab fries.
- Vegan Mob –Plant-based soul food and BBQ with influences from Creole, Latin and Asian cuisines.
- Whipt – Home of the "original cookie cake", a scrumptious soft-centered treat within a crunchy cookie encasement.
- YoSoyCeviche – Traditional Peruvian fish and shellfish ceviche complete with house made plantain chips, and Andean corn nuts.