Pop-up locations, rigged pizza decks, and tricky pizza-cooking conditions are old hat for Casey Crynes, who is taking pizza to the streets of San Francisco today in his rad new pizza truck. Casey has made pies in modified Webers about town, set up shop in bars with a counter-top Baker's Pride Electrical oven, as well as made due with whatever home oven challenges he encountered during catered pizza parties in clients homes. It's only natural that he would be the pioneer behind the city's first pizza truck.
The brick-lined Marsal MB 60 oven on board weighs in at nearly a ton and gets up to temperatures of about 700°F. Casey will be churning out the classics, as well as offering changing specials.
According to Twitter the first stop for San Francisco's only oven-decked, pizza-making truck of its kind is 246 Ritch Street (map from the hours of 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Get over there Slice'rs and report back!
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