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Latin American Vendors

Tacos Picantes

Serving up flavorful Salvadorian & Mexican street food, Tacos Picantes has something for all Latin food lovers. From pupusas to tacos, and other delicious Latin American treats you’ll fall in love with!

Alebrijes Oaxacan Kitchen

Alebrijes Oaxacan Kitchen is a family-owned food truck specializing in Oaxacan food that includes regional originals like bean and cheese Tlayudas and Memelitas. They also offer familiar favorites like enchiladas and quesadillas.

Oaxacan Kitchen Mobile

Discover the flavors of Oaxaca and take your tummy on a journey. With regional favorites like mole negro, tlayudas, and chapulines; Oaxacan Kitchen Mobile is here to bring you a taste of Mexico you might’ve not ventured out to try just yet.

Cielito Lindo

Using the finest and freshest local ingredients, Cielito Lindo is bringing Mexico to the streets of the Bay Area with their sensational selection of slow-cooked meats. Chef Gustavo Garcia has brought favorites like chicken tinga and mole to the mobile universe and they’re ready to bring it to you!

La Patrona

Specializing in delicious birria, this rich slow stewed beef favorite is served in unique dishes such as birria pizza, birra fries, and even birria grilled cheese. The Milanese torta on Dutch crunch is sure to please as well!

Los Tolucas

Los Tolucas mouth-watering Mexican food has all the classics- tacos, burritos, and quesadillas! Pro tip: Try their green salsa!

Fish Taco Wabo

Cure your hunger with the fluffiest and crispiest fish tacos you’ve tasted. Fish Taco Wabo also offers protein such as shrimp and calamari and will make sure your hunger is nonexistent.


Owners Sergio and Karen started the Bay Area’s first Yucatan food truck back in 2017. Iit’s been bursting with complex flavors and bright colors ever since. Trust that you haven’t tasted a food truck quite like this before. Annatto seeds, naranja agria, and charred chiles shape traditional recipes passed down from generation to generation. We’re talking tacos, panuchos, and salbutes in technicolor – an incredible treat for the eyes and the tastebuds.


With recipes passed down between generations, Sojuilla incorporates flavors from both Mexico and Korea. Their innovative dishes will have you begging for their bulgogi burrito!

Roadhouse 48

Tacos and chili and sliders AND deep-fried Oreos? Say less. Roadhouse 48 is here to bring you your favorite food truck classics and then some.

Barya Kitchen

First-generation-owned and operated, Barya Kitchen has been pushing the boundaries of Filipino cuisine since 2017. They offer traditional Filipino favorites like lumpia Shanghai and Turon and fusions like sisig tacos and birria lumpia.

Mora Taco Truck

Specializing in Mexican Food, Mora Taco Truck has your Taco Tuesdays (or everyday) covered! Their vegetarian enchiladas will make you wonder if you were ever really missing the meat. If you are a meat lover, their carne asada burrito will have you dreaming about it for the rest of your life. (Pro-tip: they have the best fresh squeezed orange juice too).

Famous for: Fresh orange juice and veggie enchiladas.

De La Calle

This Mexican food truck will transport you to the streets of Mexico City with their authentic flavors. Their al pastor tacos will leave you wanting more! Famous for: Carne asada tacos.

Yo Soy Ceviche

Bringing authentic Peruvian ceviche to the streets of San Francisco, YoSoyCeviche specializes in- you guessed it- ceviche! Their refreshing flavors are perfect for a sunny day.

Famous for: Ceviche

El Gran Taco Loco

With their location in the Mission District for over 16 years, family-owned El Gran Taco Loco are pros in the flavor game. Try their al pastor quesadilla and watch your tummy do a happy dance.

Famous for: Pollo Tacos

Taqueria San Marcos

Dive into mouthwatering, authentic Mexican cuisine with Taquería San Marcos. Try their carne asada burrito, and you’ll be dreaming about it that night.

Famous for: Carne asada burrito and breakfast burrito.

Media Noche

Media Noche has taken their beloved Mission District Cuban restaurant on the road! Delight in spiced beef empanadas or their classic Cubanos.

Famous for: Cubanos


Inspired by the flavors of Yucatán, Mestizo offers the regional flavors of Mexico. Try their panuchos and esquites for a taste of the Yucatán.

Famous for: Pachucos


Bobcha has mastered the iconic fusion of Mexican and Korean. Enjoy their Bobcha burrito with classic Korean-style meat like beef bulgogi.

Famous for: Bulgogi burrito


Opened in 2019, this Mexican-Salvidorian truck goes beyond the basics, serving specialties like sopes, flautas, and handmade pupusas. Then again, with one Potrero Hill Yelper boasting “one of the best burritos I’ve ever had. Hands down, it’s as good as any burrito in the Mission” it never hurts to be Super Burrito Bay-Area-basic at Buenafe.

Famous for: Papusas and al pastor sopes

Beyond The Border

Beyond the Border brings a feast for the senses with a fun and festive fusion of Latin American flavors, like piquant pupusas, crispy beer-battered fish tacos, grilled skirt steak salad, and vegan spicy tortilla soup.

Famous for: Pupusas, Fish Tacos.

Nucha Empanadas

Eating an empanada from Nucha is like unwrapping a mysterious and wonderful gift. What magical filling hides beneath that flaky, buttery, steaming crust? Whether it’s smoky and spicy pork or sweet apple pie, an empanada from Nucha is sure to delight and surprise you with every bite.

Famous For: Ground Beef Empanada

Panchita’s Pupuseria

Beloved late night Mission staple, Panchita’s Pupuseria has taken their act on the road and is now serving up their savory El Salvadorian comfort food at a food truck park near you! Their pupusas are nothing short of a gift from the snack gods, tender masa filled with gooey cheese and all sorts of craveable fillings. Wherever your happy place is, Panchita’s is bound to be nearby.

Famous for: Chicken Pupusas.