OMG, the “Pico de Gap” Food Truck is Totally Awesome! Two “Top Chef” Tacos + Mexican Coke for Just $1.69

[UPDATE: Oh man, Andy Wright and Marie McIntosh from the The Bay Citizen get into it, I mean, they really get into it. C'mon! El Gappo ofrece simple tacos, chicas!]

Well, here it is, straight outta West Pico Blvd, it’s the Pico de Gap Taco Truck!

Check out the sked on Twitter to find it around town to score two tacos plus a bottle of Mexican Coke or a similar such fruity drink for just $1.69, which is redolent of 1969, the year the first Gap store opened up on Ocean Boulevard.

See? This lovely Gap Gal is holding all four available tacos (designed just for S.F. by famous Top Chef “cheftestant” Ryan Scott) plus a $20 off coupon for “1969″ jeans:

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Your choices:

  • 1. Chorizo and Crispy Potato Taco with goat cheese, watercress, and charred lime salsa verde
  • 2. Mole-braised brisket Taco with pumpkin seeds, red onion marmalade, queso fresco, and Mexican chocolate vinaigrette
  • 3. Raw Yellow Corn “Ceviche” Taco with dirty green rice, poblano aioli, guacamole, and charred tomato salsa
  • 4. California taco with pasilla-braised chicken, Frank’s Red Hot Sauce, pepper jack cheese, and Cool Ranch Doritos

And here’s a close-up, 4,2,1,3 I think:

They’re all delish.

Here’s what it looked like in the Hayes Valley a few days back:

Today, Monday, August 15, 2011, they’ll be in the corrupt Twitterloin on Market betwixt 7th and 8th:

“Pico de Gap SF will be between 7th & 8th Streets on Market tomorrow in #SF for lunch! Get tacos y denim starting at 11AM while supplies last”

Hurray!

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