Enjoy a family friendly, admission-free evening of live music, rotating food trucks and our award winning selection of sustainably handcrafted beer and root beer.
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Beer Friday Food Trucks
4pm – 11pm
Our meats are smoked and roasted to succulent perfection every day.
Paired with fresh homemade breads and seasonal side dishes, we create exciting flavor combinations that are sure to awaken your inner carnivore.
Serving gourmet burgers, specialty sandwiches and comfort food to the greater south bay.
The special formula was based on a sauce used at Linda’s Drive-In Restaurant, a diner in Mountain View in the 1950s. The Gold Rush Burger, Frontier Burger and root beer float are all popular choices.
The bacon food truck for San Francisco features bacon on a burger, bacon dipped in chocolate, a pork belly sandwich and bacon jam for added bacon deliciousness.
We’re an Asian Fusion truck specializing in 2 types of pork: Vietnamese Lemongrass and Spicy Korean.
We also offer BBQ Chicken and Chicken Wings.
We take delicious ice cream and sandwich it in between two tasty moist cookies and you can imagine what delights come from it.
Chez Franc specializes in epicurean hot dogs and sausages, many made in house, with the finest – and sometimes unexpected – toppings.
6-8pm – The Saloons
Artists They Also Like:
Merle Haggard, Wilco, Johnny Cash, Gillian Welch, Uncle Tupelo, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Dwight Yoakam, etc
8:30-11pm – Hurricane Roses
Santa Cruz Weekly Wrote: “Waltzing across today’s musical landscape with the style, sound and swagger of a mid-20th-century country band, Hurricane Roses is creating quite a storm in the Bay Area and beyond.
Based in both Santa Cruz and San Jose, this smart, sharp and talented outfit artfully blends country blues, hillbilly sparkle and rockin’ rhythms in a way that brings Patsy, Wanda Jackson and Bobbie Gentry to mind.
Backed by her band of ace musicians, front woman Angelina Lemucchi sings songs of heartbreak, longing and good girls gone bad, then shifts gears into a rhythm-driven number that shakes the ache off loneliness and finds freedom and comfort in the fringe.”
This Month’s Charity
The Friends of the San Carlos Adult Community Center is a non-profit corporation, established in May 1992 for the purpose of raising funds to support the programs, activities, services, and facilities of the center.
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