Set for noon to 6 p.m. Sat. Sept. 10, the Food Truck Event will bring together 18 of San Antonio's finest food trucks to the Freeman Coliseum Expo Hall, 3201 East Houston Street. Better start fasting to make some room you're going to need it.
B Daddy's BBQ
Weekends call for barbecue. B Daddys is known for the unctuous brisket and pulled pork tacos and funky sides, like chipotle cole slaw.
Photo via Facebook, B Daddy's BBQ
From fideoloco to tacos, the folks at Caliente Grill take their grilling seriously. Try the quesadillas or hefty burgers.
Photo via Instagram, Caliente Grill
Crème de la Crème
The Tony Parker-backed truck fills the France-sized hole in the food truck scene with steak frites, croque monsieurs and dessert crepes.
Photo via Facebook, Crème de la Crème
Youll want to wash down all the savory foods with sweet treats from Chocollazo. Now located at the Boardwalk on Broadway, the company first started as a food truck on the citys far north side.
Photo via Facebook, Chocollazo
Lovers of the Broadway staple will want to load up on this home-style sliders and pair it with their sweet fries or tots.
Photo via Instagram, mrparkour210
Fat Tummy Empanadas
This artisan empanada truck has been making plenty of fans with its loaded pastries filled with traditional beef picadillo, chicken, spinach and cheese, and vegetarian humita with corn, onions, three cheeses and signature spices.
Photo via Facebook, Fat Tummy Empanadas
They call it comfort food with attitude, we call it delicious. The mommas have been making burgers, tacos, waffles and more since 2013.
Photo via Instagram, Hippie Mommas
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Benjies Munch Truck
If youre in the mood for variations of fries and nachos, find Benjies among the crowd. Youll want to order anything with their barbacoa, which earned them the top spot during this years Barbacoa & Big Red Festival.
Photo via Instagram, Benjies Munch Truck
Local and seasonal are two this New Braunfels-based companys sticking point. Flavors are all natural and organic, so theres no guilt involved when eating any one of their several dozen flavors.
Photo via Facebook, Pop'topia Pops
Kimchi tacos, fresh hand-made egg rolls, giant banh mi served up hot and ready from this truck thats usually based at The Block.
Photo via Facebook, Sir'wacha
Sliders so popular the company now runs two trailers. Both deliver not-so-tiny sliders that are huge on flavor like the chicken goobster with peanut butter, jelly, bacon and cheddar.
Smoke the Truck
Sure, you could eat at either of Smoke The Restaurants locations (Stone Oak or Sunset Station), but the truck is where it all began. The brisket tacos are a cant-miss.
Photo via Facebook, Smoke the Truck
The DUK Truck
A rare cameo from jason Dadys Underground Kitchen (DUK, get it?). Lets hope theyre packing plenty of the duck carnitas tacos with pineapple and jalapenos.
Photo via Facebook, The DUK Truck