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Feast at Food Trucks

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Need to grab and go, or like to have several options in one place? Food truck parks are a good option. Roll on through or sit and stay awhile at these three SA parks.

The Point Park and Eats Come for the grub, stay for the kid- and pet-friendly environs and craft beer. The lineup changes regularly (so be sure to check the website if you're looking for a specific type of chow), but regulars include Tex-Mex from Caliente Grill and shaved ice and coffee from North Shore Tiki Hut. 24188 Boerne Stage Road, parkatthepoint.com.

The Block If you're a UTSA student, you already know about The Block. The park features a full bar and shows Spurs games on its giant outdoor screen. Find some of the best tacos in town at Chela's Tacos, and stuffed, fried goodness from Gus' Empanadas. Check The Block's Facebook page for special events and drink specials. 14530 Roadrunner Way, theblocksa.com.

Port San Antonio Port San Antonio sounds more like a food desert than a food haven, but that's not true. Its food truck court is open from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., although it typically features just one or two trucks per day. The trucks rotate often, so check the website before you go. 339 General Hudnell Drive, portsanantonio.us/food.

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