In Pleasant Hill, look for seven food trucks, games and more at 138 Trelany Road. The trucks include Mexican street food favorite Los Rockeros, Alameda-based frozen yogurt specialist Fro Go, seafood expert Ceviche & Co, Nepalese momo maker Momolicious, Indian street food focused Curry Up Now, South San Francisco’ Curveball Sliders and Latin American street food-centric Cocina Danzon.

In Menlo Park, Off the Grid is returning to 1120 Merrill St. with eight mobile food vendors, such as Cielito Lindo Mexican Street Kitchen, Singaporean skewer sensation Satay By The Bay, Belmont-based Chinese food truck Wokitchen, island food expert Miss Subi, Dum Indian Soul Food, Neapolitan pizza spot Mozzeria, Mexican-Korean-Indian fusion truck 3-3-3 and Nashville hot chicken newcomer Chick N’ Bros.

And, finally, in Foster City, find a whopping 19 food trucks at Leo J. Ryan Park, located at 650 Shell Blvd. Cielito Lindo, Mozzeria and Satay By The Bay will be joined by Waffle Roost, Sam’s Chowder, Borsch Mobile and many more.

Heading to San Francisco before April 6? Off the Grid’s flagship market at Fort Mason Center is scheduled to reopen to the public on April 1 after a two-year break. Learn more about the re-opening and see the schedule for all Off the Grid events at

Article by Jessica Yadegaran | Bay Area News Group >