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Trucks and people gathered at the Presidio Pop Up.

Presidio Pop Up

Enjoy a daily, rotating cast of local vendors offering diverse cuisines at accessible prices.


Crissy Field Region, Main Post Region


Food & Drink

Dining Style

Food Trucks

Dining Features

Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch, Coffee/Tea, Bar

Top Amenities

Accessible Restrooms, Paid Parking, Muni Bus-accessible, Shuttle-accessible

A day in the park is best enjoyed with a full stomach, and Presidio Pop Up lets you dine around the globe without breaking the bank.

Located all around Presidio Tunnel Tops and near Presidio Visitor Center, Presidio Pop Up features food trucks, carts, and tents with delicious food that celebrates the Bay Area’s diverse cultures.

A rotating line up of more than two dozen local vendors offers everything from morning coffee and donuts to poke, Pakistani samosas, and porchetta. You’ll even find a bar in a VW bus.

Vendors change daily and are generally open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekends, weather dependent. There will be a DJ at the Presidio Pop Up on the third Saturday of the month through October 2024.

What’s Available This Week?

Check out this week’s schedule to see when and where you can find Presidio Pop Up food.

A male food vendor holds two plates of food at Presidio Pop Up. Photo by Rachel Styer.

Map of Presidio pop up

Map of the Presidio

By Public Transit

Muni Route: 43

Stop: Presidio Transit Center

Muni Route: 30

Stop: Sports Basement Parking Lot 

By Presidio GO Shuttle

Route: Downtown Route

Stop: Presidio Transit Center


Paid parking is available in several lots near Presidio Visitor Center and Presidio Transit Center. Paid parking at Crissy Field is also available in the lot next to Sports Basement.

Why We Love Presidio Pop Up

Presidio Pop Up offers everything from coffee to sweet treats to grab-and-go lunch options, so it’s a great alternative for anyone looking for restaurants near Crissy Field and Presidio Tunnel Tops. 

Accessibility at Presidio Pop Up

There are wheelchair-accessible parking spaces in the large parking lot next to the Main Parade Lawn. All-gender, wheelchair-accessible restrooms can be found nearby at the Presidio Transit Center.

Insider Tip

Once you have your food , relax, and enjoy a picnic at the Presidio. You’ll find plenty of nearby picnic areas with stunning Golden Gate Bridge views, like Picnic Place and Picnic at Transit.

A young girl holds a piece of carved fruit on a stick at Presidio Pop Up. Photo by Rachel Styer.Photo by Rachel Styer.


View the list of vendors for the Spring/Summer season, which runs from April 1, 2024 through October 31, 2024.

Al Pastor Papi – The perfect al pastor experience. This spit-roasted pork is one hundred percent Mexico City inspired, and served in burritos, tacos and the famous Alpastorta sandwich. Vegan options include nopales and plant-based al pastor. @alpastorpapi415 

Authentic India – Classic South Asian dishes such as chicken tikka masala and lamb kabob reimagined in eat-as-you-go naan wraps. @authenticindiasf 

Bacon, Bacon – Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, bacon is the star on this menu. It flavors everything from breakfast burritos to salads and Cuban or Banh Mi sandwiches. Sides like Bacon Mac & Cheese Balls or Bacon Fries provide an extra dose. @baconbaconsf 

Borsch Mobile– Serving traditional Ukrainian fare such as borscht, pyrizhky, varenyky potato dumplings, and more. @borschmobile 

Buri Buri – An AAPI women-owned business serving fresh sushi rolls and classic Japanese rice bowls, donburi. Craving Japanese curry? Hurry hurry to Buri Buri! 

California Kahve – Organic coffee, espresso, and matcha. @california.kahve 

Clean Bites – A health-conscious kitchen and juicery offering superfood bowls and salads, pressed juices and protein shakes. Stop for a Super Acai smoothie after your hike! @cleanbites_sf 

Curry Up Now – Innovative Indian Street food from one of SF’s beloved food trucks. @curryupnow 

Curveball – Serving the Bay’s best handcrafted sliders using custom ground beef and local, natural ingredients. Did anyone say garlic fries? @curveballmobile 

D’Grobak – Contemporary Indonesian Street food featuring bakso—their famous traditional beef ball soup—and other dishes from the motherland. @dgrobak.bayarea 

Donut Petit – Handcrafted, artisanal gourmet donuts from a little bakery in Alameda. @donutpetit 

El Fuego – A choice of fiery Mexican birria, fish or veggie tacos, healthy bowls or torta sandwiches. @elfuego.sf 

El PipilaThis food vendor brings the joys of classic Mexican street food to the park, including mango flower on a stick dusted with tajin spicy chili. @elpipilasf 

Fort Point – San Francisco’s hometown beer company, known for putting unique spins on classic styles, brews right here in the Presidio. Try cold, fizzy beer, and bites from their newly-launched seafood menu, like the Dungeness Crab Roll, Fish Dip, and Shrimp Cocktail. @fortpointbeer 

Jolly’s Old-Fashioned Teas Cream – Where the ice cream parlor meets the tea house. Serving creative tea-infused ice cream. @jollysteascream 

Kabob Trolley – Hearty halal Afghan fusion street food like gyros, cheesesteaks, or rice bowls, with plenty of veggie options. @kabobtrolley 

Kona Ice – Shaved ice with the flavors of island life. It’s not ice cream– it’s a tropical treat! @konaice 

Kuker – Bulgarian cuisine featuring the famous street food staple banitsa – a filo-pie filled with feta and Mediterranean herbs. @kukersf 

Lady Victory – From the women-owned, popular bar Victory Hall, a 1967 VW bus serving up creative cocktails, including several with ube, because a great cocktail is a celebration of everyday victories. @ladyvictorysf 

Lahore Di Khushboo – Women-owned Pakistani food truck serving Pakistani favorites like biryani, paratha rolls, samosas, and the traditional falooda dessert. @lahoredikhushboo 

Mi Morena – Delectable Mexico City style tacos de guisado with stewed carnitas, chicken tinga, cactus pads with summer squash, and made-on-the spot, fresh hand-pressed tortillas. @mimorenasf 

Miss Musubi – Inspired by the Hawaiian snack, spam musubi, this Belmont-based food truck brings nostalgic Asian flavors and some of the most beautifully cooked rice. @miss.subi  

MOMOlicious – This food vendor brings authentic Nepali cuisine from the heart of Kathmandu to the Bay Area. Order from a variety of MOMO (dumplings) and choose your filling. @momolicious.sf  

Painted Leopard – This business focuses on single-origin specialty coffee from El Salvador, roasted in Oakland. Experience the unique, vibrant flavors that journey from their home roastery and brought directly to their coffee cart! @ptdleopard  

Poke a Go Go – Healthy, fresh poke over grain bowls, burritos, and nachos. Don’t forget the warm soft pretzels. @poke.a.gogo 

Porchetta Toscana – Celebrating Tuscan culinary traditions, centered around the prized porchetta – a slow-cooked and savory boneless pork roast with crackling skin. @porchettatoscana 

Rye on the Road – Craft cocktail service. @ryeontheroad 

Satay By the Bay SF – Classic Singaporean favorites such as satay with · peanut sauce and chili crab fries. @sataybythebaysf 

Senor Sisig – One of San Francisco’s original food trucks dishes up a unique style of Filipino street food. Based on highly seasoned mixture of chopped meat from the province of Pampanga, their sisig is rolled into tacos and burritos in Mexican mashup style. @senorsisig 

The Chairman SF – Voted Best Food Truck by San Francisco Magazine, serving bold and unique ingredients in baos (steamed and baked buns) inspired by the street food of Asia. @chairmantruck 

Treats by the Bay – Lunch and dessert in one convenient spot! Start off with a BBQ Chicken, Pork or Vegan Skewer Rice Plate and Vietnamese Iced Coffee and finish up with pineapple soft-serve ice cream or mini-donuts. The Vietnamese Affogato is a special treat. @treatsbythebay 

An ice cream truck parked near the Outpost playground. Photo by Dan Friedman.
Photo by Dan Friedman.

Become a Presidio Pop Up Vendor

Apply to bring your own food to the Presidio.

Vendor holding a pastry.

We’re Here to Help

Have a question about the park? Want help planning your next visit? We’ve got you covered.

Representatives from the National Park Service, Parks Conservancy, and Presidio Trust standing in front of the Presidio Visitor Center