If approved, Route 123 on San Pablo Avenue will feature permanent and rotating spots for up to 14 food trucks, a bar and an indoor dining area.
The new food-truck market will be on Allston Way at Civic Center Park lunchtimes starting Sunday Sept. 11. It will also offer live music, beer and wine.
Off The Grid has now launched and then closed three food truck markets in Berkeley.
The use permits for the food trucks parked at the intersection of Bancroft Way and College Avenue will expire in March next year; no new location has been secured for them.
Off The Grid's eleventh East Bay food truck market will launch on July 14 and every Tuesday night in new Walnut Creek location.
The new lunchtime market on Saturdays at Emery Public Market continues Off The Grid's seemingly unstoppable expansion.
Food trucks continue taking over the world, or at least the Bay Area, with a second Oakland evening market announced by Off The Grid.
Off the Grid will hold its last Telegraph Avenue event tonight, leaving Berkeley with just one weekly food truck market.
A new Off The Grid food truck market will take place on Sunday evenings at North Berkeley BART.
Three food truck vendors who were displaced by UC Berkeley’s construction at Sproul Plaza have been found a new location at the corner of Bancroft and College. According to an announcement from Mayor Tom Bates, the vendors will be able to renew their permits to operate in the new location for an additional two years.
Off The Grid, the popular gathering of food trucks that has already proved a hit in North Berkeley, will launch on Telegraph Avenue on Thursday, July 12.
Finally, the local gals get to park their food truck close to home. The duo behind Ebbett’s Good to Go, which currently hawks gourmet sandwiches to the lunchtime office set in Emeryville and San Francisco, will bring their mobile eatery to serve their neighbors at Off The Grid North Berkeley tonight.
At Berkeley’s Spice of Life Festival yesterday, for the first time in the event’s eight-year history, street carts were part of the mix. Jon’s Street Eats, Primo Parrilla, Chairman Bao and Skylite Snowballs were among the dozen or so street-food purveyors who signed up to join Gourmet Ghetto chefs and local D.I.Y. food artisans doling out morsels for the masses.