Mission Dispatch, and it's located in a small courtyard in Portero Hill at 19th and Bryant.
The grand opening of Mission Dispatch occurred Tuesday this week, and the trucks on hand were Bacon Bacon, Pacific Puffs and Seoul on Wheels. This event was important not only for the market's debut, but also because Eat St. was filming their segment on Bacon Bacon. I left work with one of my colleagues, and we ventured down to enjoy lunch on a beautiful spring day. An added bonus was that Andrew and Chris from Stiches n Dishes were there, up here in the city on a weeklong Bay Area food truck road trip. Luckily they caught us in the middle of some good weather. They were filming their segment for Eat St., as well. I always love it when I get to meet fellow bloggers in real life, and both of them were super cool!
The space is quite nice. It is quiet and secluded, and they set up some picnic tables and chairs, so it was easy to eat lunch. Since I was filming a segment for Eat St., the producers told me to get the Belly from Bacon Bacon and talk about it. My colleague had their cheeseburger, and we shared an order of fries. Before I started eating I had my eyes on Pacific Puffs because they are so good, but by the end of lunch I was stuffed full of Jim Angelus's pork bellylicious creation. There wasn't a large crowd there at the grand opening because I don't think it's been widely publicized yet, but I imagine that they will start to see more action in the forthcoming weeks once people learn about the new meet up.
Mission Dispatch (@missiondispatch)
1975 Bryant Street, between 19th and 20th
Hours: Monday - Friday, 11am - 2pm