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Treasure Island Flea to Move Locations and Expand Food Lineup

It all starts September 24

Treasure Island Flea Ansanelli Productions

After six years on the West side, Treasure Island Flea is expanding into a new and larger home on the East side of the historic man-made island. Starting the weekend of September 24, the monthly event will have a grand re-opening at the waterfront (California Avenue and Avenue N), with Oakland views instead of San Francisco views, and three times as many food trucks as when the event was launched.

Spurred by recent redevelopment of the island (this year will also be Treasure Island Music Festival’s last on the island), TI Flea is bringing its full retinue of 400 stalls of curated designers, artists, makers, collectors, and antique sellers to the other side. There will also be more games at the food park, like a giant Connect Four and beer pong, miniature golf, giant Jenga, and cornhole.

A map of the new location
A map of the new location
Ansanelli Productions

Treasure Island Flea co-founder Charlie Ansanelli calls the new venue “bohemian industrial,” with all new tables and other items built out of vintage doors, wine barrels, tires, and upcycled materials.

The market occurs on the last weekend of every month from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with an average of 15,000 visitors shopping and eating at the more than three dozen food trucks, tents, and local food startup purveyors, three full outdoor bars, live entertainment, DIY workshops, and kids’ games. (Adult admission is $3, kids 12 and under are free, as is parking.)

Here’s the full food and drink lineup for fall (which rotates every quarter):

September’s Food Lineup

Adam's Grub Truck
Country Grill
Lobsta Truck
Cheese Gone Wild
Savourie Streets
Antoniks
Whisk
Bacon Bacon
Kokio
Koja Kitchen
Little Red Riding Truck
Seoul of Taipei
Alicia’s Tamales Los Mayas
Curry Up Now
Naked Chorizo
WoKitchen
The Steamin’ Burger
Sabor SM
Johnny Doughnuts
Kabob Job
Go JoJo Mojo
Frozen Kuhsterd
Mother Earth Juice
Drip Mobile Espresso
Hongry Kong
El Porteneo
Post Street Creamery
Heavenly Taste Toffee
World Flavorz Spice & Tea Co
We The Minis
Tres Bien Creamery
Gourmet Temptations/Pastamore
Crazy Daisy's Sweets and Treats
Way to Life Foods
Woop Woop Fine Foods
Kindred Cooks
Monica's Brittle Chips
CaCoCo, Inc.
Best Damn Nuts
Cowboy Toffee Coffee
Angel Brigadeiro
Three Twins Ice Cream
Real Cool Frozen Treats
Charlie Franks Pies
Crumble & Whisk

September’s Drink Lineup

With happy hour from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. of BOGO cocktails and sangria
Magnolia beers
SF Brew Company’s IPA and blonde
Avalon Winery
Angeline Winery
Bloody marys
Mimosas
Sangria
Cider

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