After three and a half years as the city’s original food truck park, this year Boardwalk on Bulverde got a serious facelift.
Cameron Davies, owner of Cruising Kitchens and the Boardwalk on Bulverde, decided to beef up the amenities and jazz up the rustic ambience to compete with the changing food truck scene.
Several bulldozers and man-hours later, Boardwalk on Bulverde re-emerged in late May with shiny new fixtures that make it even more family-friendly.
Renovations included the addition of a brand-new playground for the kiddies, an all-weather surface area for the trucks to park, a revamped sports den for the dudes, a basketball court to burn off those just-consumed calories and a school bus arcade (Cruising Kitchens really can do just about anything when it comes to converting vehicles).
And when it comes to food, BOB packs in the variety with hellacious hot dogs via Dirty Dawgs and Fries, Mexican favorites from Gracie’s Kitchen, Texan ’cue from the Lone Star Food Truck, meatball subs via Have a Ball Y’all, spicy wings via Countdown Wings and sweet ways to cool off via Treats on Streets, along with the occasional guest truck on weekends and during special events such as the fourth annual food truck throwdown and OctoBeer Feast.
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