We’ve been asked about Pie Truck shirts. You can buy one here if you’re interested: http://www.cafepress.com/thepietruck
The Pie Truck is closing… sad sad sad we know. San Francisco needs to make it easier for mobile vendors to get started!
Tonight (Saturday Dec 19th) around 10pm we’ll be saying farewell at the Trappist with our last batch of pies and lots of hot Belgian fries. Come and get em!
We’re now serving Belgian style “pommes frites”! Hot and tasty twice-fried potatoes with an assortment of sauces. We’ll be rolling through your hood with a truck full of pies n fries soon so keep an eye out!
The Pie Truck would like to thank Firefox for having us at their birthday bash! It was super good times, and we hope you enjoyed the pies!
The Pie Truck has been selected to be a part of the Foodbuzz Food Blogger Festival in the Ferry Building in San Francisco! It is an honor to be invited to be part of the event on opening night, Friday, November 6th along with 8 other mobile food vendors.
Although it is not open to the public (it’s an event for food bloggers), we wanted to share with all of you the good news!
At Oaktoberfest, we had the pleasure of drinking Linden Street Brewery’s Burning Oak Black Lager. It is DEE-licious! As Linden Street’s website describes, it is a “toasty, slightly sweet, light-bodied black beer.” And where can you find Linden Street Brew’s delicious beers? The exclusive brewery based in the Port of Oakland serves its beers at Brown Sugar Kitchen (West O), Fireside Lounge (Alameda), Penelope (Oakland), Chez Panisse (Berkeley), and The Trappist (of course).
Tomorrow night, The Pie Truck will be parked somewhere nearby The Trappist from 11:30pm until we sell out.
The Pie Truck will be at Oakland’s own Oaktoberfest in the Dimond this coming Saturday from 11am-6pm.
In celebration of a time when German beerhalls lined MacArthur Blvd in Fruitvale, they will feature delicious local breweries including: Lagunitas, Rubicon, Pyramid, Trumer Pils, Dempsey’s, Jupiter’s, Moylan’s, Drake’s, Pacific Coast Brewery, Thirsty Bear, Speakeasy, and Santa Cruz Ale among many others. There’s also going to be a Homebrew competition!
The Pie Truck will have the Steak Pie and the no-meat Veggie Sausage Pie along with sides of Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage and a delicious Potato Salad.
Come on out and join us in a celebration of the Dimond’s past and present.
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