Originally published on SFGATE
By Paolo Lucchesi
Behold the fifth Bay Area outlet of Bacon Bacon, Jim Angelus’ popular porcine purveyor.
As you can see from the gallery above, the latest Bacon Bacon is a bit different from the Haight Street brick-and-mortar shop and the three trucks. Actually, it blends the two genres; it is a permanent trailer, located in the same Fisherman’s Wharf nook as Carmel Pizza Co. and the Codmother Fish and Chips. In other words, the aroma of bacon might soon be wafting through the Wharf, alongside the usual crab smells.
Given the size challenges — the trailer length, with bumper, is 19.5 feet and the rented space is 20 feet — a crane was needed to plop the Bacon Bacon trailer into its home. As Angelus put it: “And who said pigs can’t fly?”
The menu will be similar to the other Bacon Bacon outposts, though it will likely be a little smaller due to space constraints, with many of the signatures: bacon burger, bacon grilled cheese, bacon fried chicken, and the bacon bouquet. It will open to the public on Valentine’s Day, proving that bacon the key to love. From Feb. 14 to Feb. 16, hours will be 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; following that soft opening, starting on Feb. 19, the Bacon Bacon trailer will be open 8 a.m.-7 p.m., seven days a week.
Bacon Bacon Trailer: 2828 Jones Street, between Beach and North Point, San Francisco. baconbaconsf.com