If you’re really, really hungry, and you can’t decide what to eat, go to a street food festival. That’s what I did.
San Francisco has a street food festival that they do every year. It’s on Folsom Street.
This may be the last year that they do it, but I sure hope not. When we got there, we parked all the way up a hill on the steep part of Folsom and
walked all the way down.
Actually it was more like running down the hill! It was so steep that I had to grab onto a tree to help me slow down.
Going back up the hill was so tiring, stressing, and my legs felt like it would be the last time that I would ever walk on this earth! BUT IT WAS SO WORTH IT!
The food festival has over 80 different restaurants and food trucks that you can try.
I tried a lot of things that I have never eaten before, and got to eat at some of the food trucks that I’ve seen on the show Eat Street.
I had pork belly for the first time at The Chairman truck, and I had falafel tacos at the Liba truck.
I also got to try out the Korean and Japanese food fusion from the KoJa Truck.
There was a stand called Mozzeria that was run by deaf people.
It was cool to watch them use sign language, and their pizza Margarita was delicious.
EVERYTHING I ate at the festival was delicious! They had some fancy drinks there too, like coconut water straight out of the coconut!
They cut the coconut open and put a straw in it. It was really sweet.
There was also a man named Craig at the street fair who had a food stand called Pinx. He was really funny!
Their stand sold maple glazed bacon! Craig got people to come to his stand by making funny jokes about bacon and talking about how delicious it is.
There were other people there that were selling hats and purses, and masks.
There was even a man with an old type writer that was writing poems for people.
Everybody there was just having fun, walking down the street, trying all of the foods, and listening to the music.
Even the policemen were friendly and chill, and just having a good time.
Thank you San Francisco for all the great food! For more info visit their website at: http://www.sfstreetfoodfest.com/