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Earthtokarmen Jul 8, 2012 01:21 PM

I looked around but didn't see any threads about the food trucks in San Antonio. With three thriving food truck parks, we have a lot of tasty food that can be eaten out of a truck (no, not a roach coach). My favorite is Rickshaw Stop. Other good ones are The Duk Truck (which is owned by Jason Dady), Wheelies, Guilty Pleasures, Spice Runner and Society Bakery. All great trucks to try out.

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    MrsWilson Jul 12, 2012 10:32 AM

    We live really close to Boardwalk on Bulverde and love it. There are several outstanding trucks there (including Rickshaw stop...so good!), and the people there are super friendly. On Friday nights, they usually offer free beer (yes, really) which is nice. During football season, you can go and watch the games on a big screen. Its really nice.

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      Sam Spade Jul 11, 2012 02:45 PM

      Thought you might be interested in the food truck throwdown at Boarwalk on Bulverde. Dates are Fri-Sat-Sun July 20-22. Most of the trucks have twitter/facebook pages that you can follow as well. http://boardwalkonbulverde.com/fttd20...

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        Earthtokarmen Jul 11, 2012 08:09 PM

        Yes! We are going on Friday night! I'm excited to check out some of the trucks from Austin and Canyon Lake that I haven't tried.

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        Sam Spade Jul 9, 2012 05:31 PM

        Our first visi to the Boardwalk on Bulverde more than a year ago was a bit of a disappointment-only 3-4 trucks there on the day we went. Drove by there last Sunday and there must've been a dozen or more, so the mobile scene is definitely expanding. There's several at the Alamo Street location (the old Acapulco just south of Durango) and have also sampled at Ranger Creek Brewery open house. Personal faves: SaySheAte, Duk Truk, Where Y'atSA. Really want to try RollingPig but keep missing it.

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          Earthtokarmen Jul 11, 2012 08:11 PM

          I haven't tried SaySheAte or WhereY'at but will. A friend ate a sandwich and some corn (I think) from Where Y'at one night at BoB and really liked it.

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          San Antonio Sam Jul 9, 2012 12:38 PM

          My favorite truck is Sabor Columbiano. I tried it when they were at the Culinaria Food Truck event - I think they sometimes park at the "Boardwalk at Bulverde" food truck park.

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