Lush Gelato, voted by Berkeleyside readers as the best ice cream shop in Berkeley, will be going mobile tonight and serving its scoops from the guest truck at street food-fest Off The Grid — and a number of other local food names have signed up for future Wednesdays.

The Juice Bar Collective is planning on offering tamales for the Gourmet Ghetto’s Dia de Los Muertos celebration on November 2nd, and Berkeley’s new Local Butcher Shopopened by former Chez Panisse chef Aaron Rocchino and his wife Monica in August — will host the guest truck on November 9th. Other possibles for future dates include Guerilla Café and Taste of the Himalayas.

The truck is owned by Off The Grid and offered to guest hosts at whichever location the street food fair is taking place. Saul Deli‘s Executive Chef Peter Levitt rustled up pickle plates and potato latkes from the truck in June.

Tonight, Lush will be serving gelato and chocolate sandwiches, a special-menu item designed specifically for Off the Grid, as well as basil, fresh mint chip and salted chocolate chip gelatos.

Future chef dates will be announced on the North Shattuck Association Facebook page as they are confirmed.

Off The Grid Berkeley takes place every Wednesday evening, 5-9pm in north Berkeley, in the farmers’ market space at the intersection of Shattuck and Rose.

Off The Grid to launch street food event in Berkeley [05.17.11]
Crowds turn out for Berkeley’s inaugural Off The Grid [06.02.11]
Saul’s to cook street food at Berkeley’s Off The Grid [06.07.11]
The verdict is in: Berkeley’s best ice cream (and gelato) [07.27.11]
Chez Panisse chef opens butcher shop in Berkeley [08.26.11] 

To find out what is going on in Berkeley and nearby, be sure to check out Berkeleyside’s Events Calendar. We also encourage you to submit your own events.

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Tracey Taylor is co-founder of Berkeleyside and co-founder and editorial director of Cityside, the nonprofit parent to Berkeleyside and The Oaklandside. Before launching Berkeleyside, Tracey wrote for...