Now that the walloping T-Rex of a food truck known as Del Popolo has been roaming the street for nearly a month, tamer-of-the-beast-pizzaiolo Jon Darsky can safely reveal a few regular gigs. Every Monday, he's at Bar Agricole from 5:30 p.m. onwards. This is the place to eat your margherita with a cocktail, incidentally leading to the longest lines. Other regular appearances are for lunch from 11:30 to 2 p.m. at Mint Plaza on Thursdays, and at Sydney Walton Square in the FiDI on Fridays.
At this point Del Popolo offers two pies: a margherita trusted blogger Amy Sherman describes as "airy and chewy," and a white pizza she calls "a little more substantial... not in the least greasy...rich from the cheese and yet somehow light at the same time." Both of them are $10, and have met with monster lines everywhere—except for one potential dark horse of a location: Hayes Valley's Proxy.
For whatever reason, Darsky says there's been little to no line there for the past two Wednesdays. They're giving it another shot today from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.. If you go, do send a picture of the line or lack thereof and any other documentation over the EaterWire . Look for more potential monster food truck schedule changes via Twitter in the coming weeks. And hey, be careful out there.
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