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Unlike temporary food truck gatherings like Off the Grid or the more permanent pods in Portland, Ore., and Austin, Texas, SOMA StrEat Food Park feels like more than a parking lot for food trucks. It's separated from the street by a chain-link fence and plenty of greenery, and a feel-good soundtrack drowns out any noise from the adjacent freeway. Up to 10 trucks circle the perimeter like chuck wagons, and they change by the meal. Picnic tables are arranged in clusters that feel almost like rooms; most are housed in a red corrugated metal barn, which is heated. There's a bar, an ATM, bathrooms, two large TV screens, and a laid-back, almost festival-like atmosphere. Lunch is the busiest time at the park, when it caters to SOMA office workers, but there's a festive family scene on weekend afternoons as well. Though going with lots of people can be a hassle -- everyone has to scatter to order and wait for their own food at separate trucks -- it's a good option for adventurous eaters and indecisive groups.

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