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San Francisco Taco Pop-Up Lands Part-Time at Park & Rec

Meet Loqui.

Cocktail playland Park & Rec, opened earlier this year by Waypoint Public owner John Pani, is has welcomed a Bay Area-transplanted taco pop-up that will operate in the bar's snack shack on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4 p.m. until closing.

Loqui hails from San Francisco's Mission District, where it ran as a weekend pop-up from a window adjacent to the famed Tartine Bakery. Owner/chef Cameron Wallace, who grew up in San Diego, worked as a baker at Tartine; at Park & Rec, he'll be cooking up a menu of fried fish, shrimp or fried zucchini tacos, available on a corn tortilla with onion, cilantro, crema, cabbage and salsa for $3 or on a handmade flour tortilla with onion, cilantro, crema, cabbage, salsa, avocado and cotija cheese for $4.

Royale with Cheese will continue to serve its grilled cheese and burger menu, plus weekend brunch, at Park & Rec Thursday through Monday.


Park & Rec

4612 Park Boulevard, San Diego, CA 92116, USA

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