Now you can throw the booziest, pizza-iest party on the block (any block). Two new mobile catering options are joining the Bay Area food and drink scene, and putting old-fashioned brick-and-mortar locations to shame.
The mobile Neapolitan Pizzeria is arriving in San Francisco today, after a multi-city tour that began in Florida. Brought to you by the owners of Mozzeria, an Italian pizzeria in the Mission, the mobile pizzeria houses a wood-burning pizza oven in a 25-foot replica of a San Francisco cable car (see above, obviously). The oven reaches temperatures of up to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit, cooking a pizza in about 90 seconds. Keep an eye out for this magical pizza vehicle around town at street festivals, or hire it for an event.
If you’re not craving pizza (yet), start the evening with the Bar Car SF, a self-contained fully-stocked bar in a restored 1965 Airstream trailer. Dreamt up by entrepreneur Greg Medow (Hobson’s Choice, Foreign Cinema), the Bar Car also provides staff clad in matching gingham shirts, to pour drinks and teach guests how to play classic party games like corn hole and ping pong. At $25 per person with a $1,000 minimum, no word on who exactly the target demographic will be for this delightfully expensive way to get your drink on, but expect to see this marvel at tailgates, weddings and other drinking events.