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Old 06-20-2011, 10:19 PM
 
Location: San Diego, CA
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I think it is funny 57 degrees does not offer happy hour when the truck event is happening...so you are talking $9 for their cheapest swill wine. I have been in there on non truck nights and there may be 3 people in the whole place tops...so its not like people are beating down the door. They should wake up and run some specials.
So to summerize...$2 for the event, $3 to cross the venerable threshhold of 57 degrees, and then have the priveledge of purchasing over priced (for the quality) wine. Meh.
Call me trashy but I could be plenty happy to put in an order for a fresh seafood taco at German Marisco in City Heights, and while they are putting that together, get a beverage-no one would judge you if you got a a cocktail in brown paper at the convience store. enjoy in the parking lot with beautifully diverse SD peeps.
I've tried to rep you several times today, but apparently I have to spread it around a little
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Old 06-22-2011, 02:15 AM
 
Location: Eugenius
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I agree with everyone here, isn't the whole purpose of the "gourmet food truck" craze is that you eat good food on the cheap? So charging an admission price kind of defeats that purpose, right?
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Old 06-22-2011, 10:07 AM
 
Location: 92037
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Call me trashy but I could be plenty happy to put in an order for a fresh seafood taco at German Marisco in City Heights, and while they are putting that together, get a beverage-no one would judge you if you got a a cocktail in brown paper at the convience store. enjoy in the parking lot with beautifully diverse SD peeps.
Clevelandgal,

No not trashy at all. Actually refreshing that you would be so bold to think that way. I would probably even have a go at it at least once the more I think about it
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