San Francisco Restaurant Goes Mobile With Food Truck

SF Restaurant Goes Mobile With Help From Roaming Hunger

Wayfare Tavern, one of San Francisco’s top restaurants, has partnered with us to take their menu to the streets. The restaurant has created a limited menu that includes their delicious fried chicken sandwich, and will be doing takeout from a custom food truck.

We’re working with Wayfare Tavern to set up their entire mobile operation, providing them with a short-term rental on a food truck, equipment, and custom branded wrap.

We’ve been doing short-term rentals for years, helping brands, restaurants, film studios, and other organizations source and build food trucks via our Food Truck Rental and Build Department (a.k.a. The Marketplace). We have a fast turn-around and we’re ready to assist any restaurant who wants to go mobile.

As the response to the Coronavirus pandemic continues to develop, cities and businesses are trying to cope with the daily changes in policy. Already, the cities of San Fransisco, Seattle, New York, Los Angeles, and Washington DC have ordered restaurants to close serving traditional sit-down service. Instead, local governments have encouraged people to order take out and delivery in order to limit exposure to crowds and promote physical distancing.

Wayfare Tavern has already closed their restaurant to the public and will be selling food via the following methods:

  • Take out from the food truck
  • Pick up from the restaurant
  • Delivery service via apps


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We’re actively looking for other businesses in local communities who we can support. People need to eat and we can provide a solution that helps businesses stay open while at the same time keeping the public safe.

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