Tonight brings back Off the Grid Fort Mason
The food truck party that is Off the Grid Fort Mason starts up again tonight, marking the seventh year of the nighttime gathering. Things are switching up a bit this go round, with a new layout and more vendors. Check out this guide to all the changes, and then go see it for yourself every Friday at Fort Mason from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., starting tonight.
Meet SF Weekly’s new editor-in-chief
As of today, there’s a new leader over at SF Weekly, San Francisco’s alternative weekly newspaper. Editor-in-chief Channing Joseph has stepped down, leaving the top post open for none other than Pete Kane. Kane has been a familiar name on Eater SF for the past two years as SF Weekly’s food critic. He’ll continue to do the restaurant reviews, making him one busy guy.
Watch iconic SF chef Jeremiah Tower’s new documentary trailer
Legendary San Francisco chef Jeremiah Tower — he rose to fame at Chez Panisse and then the now-shuttered Stars — is the subject of an Anthony Bourdain-produced documentary titled Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent. The film hits theaters in April, though only in NYC and LA to start. In the meantime, you can get yourself excited by watching the latest trailer, which features Ruth Reichl, Jonathan Waxman, Martha Stewart, and Ken Friedman, right this way.
A taco shop opens inside Discolandia in the Mission
There’s a mysterious new taco opening this weekend inside Discolandia on 24th Street. Mission Mission has a few details, showing a mystifying menu of “wildwings,” “buttertone,” and “nopes.” See the menu for yourself here, which is sure to be interesting.