The Fifty Best Food Trucks In The US

January 15, 2017

Walk up to the fifty best mobile kitchens in the US. These food truckers stand out by serving excellent food, curbside.




El Rey de las Fritas



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Cuban food is as ubiquitous as palm trees in Miami, so everyone in South Florida has an opinion on who makes the best Cuban food. Few doubt the prowess of El Rey de las Fritas food truck. Fritas are best described as ‘Cuban hamburgers’. Try the Frita Cubano- ground beef and chorizo patty and onions top with crunchy potato sticks and served between a soft, warm bun.  



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Omaha, NE


Southern Pitch



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Based on a menu that pays homage to historical facts about Negro Leagues baseball players and teams, Southern Pitch Food Truck holds a very deep spot in our hearts. Ted Radcliffe earned the nickname ‘Double Duty’ in a 1932 Negro League World Series doubleheader in which he caught for legendary pitcher Satchel Paige in the first game, and subsequently pitched a shutout in the second game. Try his sandwich- jerked turkey served on a hot sub roll with grilled onions, lettuce, tomato, cheddar, swiss, mushrooms and peppers.



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Chicago, IL


DonerMen



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DonerMen specializes in German Imbiss (that’s street food) that would make our Deutschland mother proud. Try the doner kebab- spit-roasted chicken, cucumber yogurt tzatziki, spicy North African harrissa red pepper sauce, fresh greens, tomato/cucumber shirazi, wild Turkish pickle and onion rolled in Yufka flat bred.



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Tampa, FL


Renys Oki Doki



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Renny Braga is one nice dude, so it’s no surprise that the Japanese-inspired food from this truck is just as nice. Try the ma-san soba- Okinawan soba noodles in a pork broth topped with braised pork belly, scallions, red ginger and Japanese red pepper.



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Maggie On The Move



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Did we mention that some people in Tampa are really nice? Maggie is no exception. Serving a super fresh take on Mediterranean food, Maggie on the Move is a Bay-area culinary superstar. Try the gyros el fuego- slow roasted, thinly sliced lamb and beef stuffed in a warm pita with chopped peppers, tomato salsa, tzatzike sauce, feta cheese and pepperoncini.



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