10 Food Vendors You Don't Want to Miss at
Chef Edward Wooley, also known as Chef Smelly, is serving up Dungeness crab garlic noodles and steak and prawn garlic noodles at his soul food pop-up
Daytrip, an Oakland natural wine bar and restaurant, offers spicy pork butt sandwiches, eggplant parm sandwiches, and habanero fries.
El Garage, known for kickstarting the Bay Area's quesabirria trend, offers quesabirria tacos, beef birria tacos, and esquites.
Horn Barbecue, an Oakland spot known for luscious smoked brisket, also serves delicious brisket chopped cheese, burnt end sandwiches, and dirty fries.
Moon, the upcoming new restaurant from Michelin-starred Sorrel, offers BBQ skewers and furikake rice, as well as smashed cucumbers.
My Friend Fernando, a Chicano pop-up and supper club, serves mouthwatering pork Milanese tortas, summer squash tortas, and birria fries.
Piglet & Co, a new Mission District restaurant, delights festival-goers with Taiwan-style hot dogs and chashao roast pork rice bows.
Reem's, led by James Beard Award-nominated chef Reem Assil, offers za'atar veggie wraps, sumac chicken wraps
Shuggie's Trash Pie stands out with their cheddah and feta pizzas, sausage party pizzas, and pepperoni pizzas.
Beer Lands: Don't miss Dokkaebier, an AAPI-owned brewery inspired by Korean culture and folklore. Their unique beers are a must-try.
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