By Chamoy City Limits

What you need to know about Chamoy City Limits move

The popular Chamoy City Limits food truck will serve out its beautifully arranged and tasty raspas at Lion’s Field off Broadway for one of the final times on Sunday afternoon before moving to a new location in September.

Owner Ana Fernandez said she’s moving the truck out to O.P. Schnabel Park off Bandera Road on a permanent basis the first weekend in September. Fernandez plans to be open there Saturdays and Sundays, but she wants to make the catering side of the operation more flexible and open to weekend bookings and is planning to put more of an emphasis on hot food offerings when the truck is open for business at the new location.

“Catering has always been a successful part of the business, and this makes sense,” Fernandez said. “Also, we are able to draw from a wider range of the area out there, and it’s shaded and not nearly as hot.”

With an extensive menu of creative raspas made with homemade flavors that range from green apple to cotton candy, Chamoy City Limits has a rabid following in San Antonio. The chamoy is made from pickled fruit, citrus juice, sugar and spicy chile peppers.

The price structure for the raspas will change once the move out Schnabel is complete. 

“Everything is going to be $5,” Fernandez. “They will be slightly smaller but still with made-from-scratch recipes.”

As for the hot food, customers will be able to enjoy $1 brisket tacos, roasted corn cups and the signature chili dishes that Fernandez sold back when the truck roamed the streets as the Institute of Chili.