America clearly loves having a good time. Baseball, basketball, football, these are activities best enjoyed with family and friends. Of course, moments like these are only made more memorable with great memories and even greater food. America loves its food; it has always been like that for most of the States.
Just like these states, food trucks started making their love for food known through their concepts. Take a look at some of America’s best food trucks and find out whether you’d want to see them for yourself.
Via 313 in Texas
Famous for its Motown pies, Via 313 has made Detroit famous again—technically speaking. The best pizza to be served since Detroit had a life comes to you via this food truck. You get the authentic experience—the cheese, toppings, and everything in between, plus the experience as well.
John Mueller Meat Co. in Texas
Texas sure loves its barbecue, which is why Mueller decided it would be best to serve grilled fare at his food truck. From turkey to pork to beef, you’ve got everything grilled to perfection, dripping with grease and seasoned to meaty goodness. It’s enough to make you pine for a good old Sunday barbecue.
Roxy’s Grilled Cheese in Boston
You can’t go wrong with Grilled Cheese. That’s something Roxy’s must’ve thought when they decided to put up a grilled cheese truck in Boston. There’s something about cheese that makes things better, whether you sprinkle it with bacon or pair it with soup. That’s just a sampling of Roxy’s menu.
Beavers Coffee n Donuts in Chicago
At a certain time of the day, you’d expect yourself to be downing cup after cup of Joe. Beaver’s may just be your ticket to staying awake. Located in Chicago, it’s got everything from coffee and donuts to milkshakes. It’s also perfect after downing a particularly delicious deep-dish pizza or similar food.
King of Pops in Atlanta
The name is deceiving, but if you’re craving for paletas done Latin American style, you’ve come to the right place. Of course, its specialty—popsicles—won’t be missing. Flavors range from pear, vanilla, caramel, and apple to cereal mils and chocolate sea-salt flavored ones.
Taceaux Loceau x in New Orléans
Don’t let the fancy spelling of the name fool you. This place is serious—as serious as the artwork on the side of their van that screams ‘notice me.’ Their taco offerings are to die for. A recommendation would be the Messin’ with Texas roasted brisket and salsa combo or the Carnital pork and chipotle Knowledge offering.
The saying ‘come for the food, stay for the memories’ is true with these food trucks. The food fusion and the them are truly on lock and it’s hard not to fall in love with these moving restaurants.