Chris and I went to the Outside Lands music festival in San Francisco last weekend. We worked up quite an appetite rocking out to groups including Chromeo, Phoenix and Wolfmother.
Luckily, plenty of San Francisco eateries set up shop in Golden Gate Park during the festival. We had our pick from nearly three dozen vendors dishing up everything from organic ice cream and s’mores to crispy mac & cheese and tater tots served with lavender honey mustard.
A couple top tastes:
I tried my first Korean taco, a nice little snack from Namu featuring beef short rib, rice, kimchee remoulade and teriyaki all made portable thanks to toasted seaweed.
Little Skillet’s chicken and waffles—I wish I had some to dig into right now.
Within Outside Lands sat the alluring Wine Lands, a wine tent featuring more than 20 wineries. This place offered a nice diversion from the $8 cups of Newcastle. One-ounce wine tastes went for $2 or $3, or you could purchase a glass for anywhere from $8 to $10.
Tacolicious had a stand at the festival, but we opted to stop in at their Chestnut Street restaurant for a post-concert taco Sunday night. Chris opted for spicy shrimp (their Taco of the Week). I wish I’d ordered not just one but two of the braised beef short rib tacos — great, juicy flavor.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Getting a taste of the Bay Area at Outside Lands
Labels: Chromeo, fried chicken, Korean taco, Newcastle, Outside Lands, Phoenix, San Francisco, tacos, waffles, wine, Wolfmother
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Loryll I can always count on you to make me hungry. That's all fine and dandy but it's only 8:17am and I have 3 hours and 13 minutes until lunch. Not that I'm counting or anything.ReplyDelete