Founded in 2007 when a 1968 Chevy Truck hit the streets of New York. They have won a few awards over the years, including “NYC Vendy Award for Best Mobile Vendor” in 2009 and “Best Dessert Truck in America” by The Daily Mail in 2013.
2. Kogi BBQ, Los Angeles, California
Kogi first hit the streets on November 19th, 2008. They now run 4 trucks, a full catering operation, a Taqueria, a bar “Alibi Room”, and a restaurant “Chego!”. Each of their four trucks has its own area of L.A. to cover. Their menu includes delicious tacos, burritos, and quesadillas.
3. Taceaux Loceaux, New Orleans, Louisiana
A gourmet taco truck running out of New Orleans, they offer huge bites of rich flavour. Serving delicious tacos for lunch and dinner, the trucks schedule changes daily. Check out their Twitter account for locations and updates.
4. The Purple Carrot, Lansing, Michigan
They are a farm to table food truck. The Purple Carrot is always moving, so make sure to check out their Twitter for updates. They offer outdoor seating which is good for groups, and they also do take out and catering.
5. The Grilled Cheeserie, Nashville, Tennessee
This husband and wife duo has their business set on a “zero waste” goal. Their amazing truck was awarded the 2016 Chairman’s Award for Small Business by the Nashville Business Incubation Center. Try one of their delicious melts or create your own!
6. Urban Sugar, Portland, Maine
Serving hot and fresh bite-sized gourmet donuts. With both sweet and savoury options, this unique mobile cafe has recently opened a brick and mortar location at Sugarloaf Mountain.
7. MOO, New Hope, Pennsylvania
Check out MOO for some clasic burgers, shakes, and fries. MOO has a strong focus on sourcig local ingredients for their food. They have teamed up with 8 local farmers to source all fresh ingredients.
8. Cupcakes for Courage, Chicago, Illinois
The “Green Machine” food truck began when two sisters imagined unique cupcake flavours while one was being treated for Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. She has happily been in remission since 2011 and Cupackes for Courage has since expanded. With every cupcake sold, a portion of the cost is donated to finding a cure and to increase awareness of this illness.
9. Hey PB&J, Denver, Colorado
This truck started in 2011 out of a jam coloured Chevy Truck. Hey PB&J sells grilled peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. They have an assortment of unique sandwiches from sweet to savory. They mill their own nut butters and make many of their own jams. They use fresh, local bread to create each whimsical sandwich.
10. The Green Bowl, Baltimore, Maryland
Serving up Asian and Latin inspired vegetarian food. All of their dishes are available in vegetarian or vegan, while also offering gluten free options. Great tasting food served in a bowl. Voted “Best Food Truck” by The Baltimore Sun in 2014.