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SpiceSea Gourmet: Fresh, fresh, fresh. Whether she’s creating comfort in a bowl via lobster mac ’n’ cheese or crab-filled crab cakes, chef Whitney Matthews keeps her menus adventurous. The Virginia native is bringing her seafaring ways to SA with delicious results. (210) 601-2858, facebook.com/TheSpiceSeaGourmet.

Tapa Tapa Truck: The truck had its 15 minutes of fame on Eat St. this summer, but owner Rudolfo Martinez isn’t stopping there. He’s bringing bar eats to another level with menu items such as chicken wings with blue cheese puddin’, scallop and pulled pork hash and fish tacos with ceviche slaw. But don’t sleep on these goodies–the menu changes constantly. (210) 373-9907, @TapaTapaTruck.

Wayne’s Wings: Listen, you’re not going to find the next culinary trend at Wayne’s. But you will find crispy, crunchy wings in all sorts of flavors and a drool-worthy Philly cheesesteak. Wayne’s rolling out in a bigger, better truck soon—his original trailer caught fire in mid-September. (210) 300-3891, facebook.com/WaynesWings.DwaynePrice.

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