"It’s probably no surprise to you to hear that we, too, have felt the changes of the Mission" writes La Cocina of the relocation of their annual summer Street Food Festival to the Dogpatch. What was founded in 2009 as an ad hoc fair from the food incubator for low-income women and immigrant entrepreneurs is all grown up. And this year, La Cocina is joined by two co-hosts from whom you can expect a full musical accompaniment. Those are local music pushers Noise Pop and the newly minted Midway, a Dogpatch-based creative complex from the team behind Mighty and Public Works.

Yes, this year everyone is headed to Pier 70, since last year tested the limits of Folsom Street with 80 vendors and about 50,000 visitors. This year there will be over 100! "We’ll always love our Mission roots," continues La Cocina, "they are essential to who we are, and we will be providing shuttle service from the Mission to this year’s event for those of you who still show up here by mistake."

That's convenient if you missed the news on the move, but there are some other great ways to get to Pier 70. None of those ways is driving as there isn't any designated event parking.

There are two other big changes afoot this year. First, the festival is two days — Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. And second, there are no cordoned off drinking pens. That's right, enjoy your adult beverage wherever you'd like!


Bauer's will be providing a free shuttle service to Pier 70 from 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

NOTE: Though free, you must sign up in advance for a shuttle to obtain a pass!

Shuttles will be picking up and dropping off at the following locations:

Civic Center, Ferry Building and La Cocina (Folsom at 24th Street)

Bicycle parking will be available at the corner of Illinois Street and 22nd Street for you to park your bike on your way to the festival.

San Francisco Street Food Festival via Facebook

Now, go take out a bunch of cash, start starving yourself, and feast your eyes on the full list of vendors. In the spirit of the festival, you're encouraged to try something you haven't heard of. Last, don't miss the suds: A flight of beer options are on tap at the Whole Foods Market Hops & Crafts Beer Garden.

  1. 20 Spot
  2. 4505 Meats
  3. Aedan Fermented Foods
  4. Aina
  5. Alicia’s Tamales Los Mayas
  6. The American Grilled Cheese Kitchen
  7. Antonik’s BBQ
  8. Bacon Bacon
  9. Bar Crudo
  10. Beijing Food Inc
  11. Bicycle Banh Mi
  12. Bini’s Kitchen
  13. Boxing Room
  14. Brazilian Fried Chicken
  15. Burma Bear
  16. Chairman
  17. Chino
  18. Cholita Linda
  19. Comstock Saloon
  20. The Creme Brulee Cart
  21. Crumble and Whisk
  22. Curry Up Now
  23. Delicioso Creperie
  24. D’Maize
  25. Drake’s Bay Oyster Company
  26. El Buen Comer
  27. El Pipila
  28. El Porteno Empanadas
  29. El Sur Empanadas
  30. Endless Summer Sweets
  31. Estrellita’s Snacks
  32. Fine and Rare
  33. Four Barrel
  34. Fritas Shack
  35. Frozen Kusterd
  36. Gerard’s Paella
  37. Girl Friday Zeppole
  38. Good Foods Catering
  39. Hella Vegan Eats
  40. J-Shack
  41. Jeepney Guy
  42. Kabob Trolley
  43. Kin Khao
  44. La Luna Cupcakes
  45. Lanxang Kingdom
  46. Little Red Riding Truck
  47. Lolo Cevicheria
  48. Lonesome Pizza
  49. Los Cilantros
  50. The Lumpia Company
  51. MaitéCatering
  52. Merigan Sub Shop
  53. Mozzeria
  54. Namu
  55. Nombe Catering
  56. Nyum Bai
  57. OSHA Thai Restaurant
  58. Peaches Patties
  59. Pinx Catering
  60. Rasoi
  61. Reem’s
  62. Rice Paper Scissors
  63. Ritual Coffee Roasters
  64. Sabores del Sur
  65. Secret Scoop
  66. Slanted Door
  67. Smokestack
  68. Sugar & Spun
  69. Sugarfoot
  70. Sweets Collection
  71. Tacolicious
  72. Three Babes Bakeshop
  73. Three Twins Ice Cream
  74. To Hyang
  75. Wanna-E
  76. The Whole Beast
  77. Wing Wings
  78. Yvonne’s Southern Sweets
San Francisco Street Food Festival via Facebook