San Diego Magazine has a great listing of places to munch outside of the convention hall, just in case you make it downtown to see the sights.
Free barbecue from one of the largest cookers anywhere is available outside this year’s Comicon. And it’s open to all.
The San Diego Automotive Museum in Balboa Park has been taken over by Steampunk, a wild exhibit with a tie-in to this year’s Comicon.
One of the new things this year at the ComicCon in San Diego is a food court made up of local gourmet food trucks. There are seven trucks all in a circle at the corner of First and Island avenues, just across from the Convention Center and the First Avenue trolley station. I’ve been able [...]