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Party at the Soft Launch of SoMa StrEat Food Park with Scout Mob

San Francisco’s highly anticipated, first permanent food truck lot located at 428 11th Street is almost open for business and will launch with a Scotmob-affiliated preview party on Tuesday, June 5th from 7-10. SoMa StrEat Food Park promises to house a rotating roster of up to 10 food trucks at a time and be open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Rehabilitated from an old parking lot on 11th St. and Division, the park will include a covered seating pavilion for 100 people, free WiFi, a projection screen for movie nights and sporting events, and will eventually have a beer garden.

Scoutmob has your exclusive preview for just $25 which includes a free menu item from: Mr. Nice, Sunrise Deli, La Pastrami, Adam’s Grub Truck, Slider Shack & Garden Creamery, as well as a peek into SF’s first fashion truck, the Topshelf Boutique and live music by local musicians. Tickets are limited and can be purchased here.

About SoMa StrEat Food Park

San Francisco’s first permanent food truck lot located at 428 11th Street. Open 7 days a week for both lunch and dinner. SSFP will have up to ten food trucks for lunch and dinner services. The park will include a covered seating pavilion for 100 people, free WiFi, a beer garden (once the permit process is completed), a projection screen for movie nights and sporting games and a unique setting for the San Francisco community. SoMa StrEat Food Park is a biker-friendly environment with plenty of on-site parking as well as free street parking for your car.

SoMa StrEat Food Park Soft Launch
Tuesday, June 5th
7-10pm
428 11th Street @ Harrison
[Soma]
$25

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