Five Must-Try Food Trucks

When you’re looking for food on-the-go, food trucks are definitely the way to go. Not to mention, they’re typically cheap, convenient, and delicious. So if you’re looking for a quick bite between breakfast, beach time and your afternoon hike, give one of these five food trucks a try.

 

Dia de los Tacos

The only thing better than #tacotuesday is #tacotrucktuesday but honestly, we could eat Dia de los Tacos every day. With plenty of tasty vegetarian, gluten-free, and meaty options to choose—you just can’t lose. And more so, they were voted Mobile-Cuisine.com Food Truck of the Year in 2017. 

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Copper Crust Pizza Co

The Copper Crust truck cooks pizzas that pair perfectly with pints of cold craft beer and warm summer nights. Find them at your favorite breweries and festivals from April through October. So go ahead, check out their schedule beforehand so you can plan your night out accordingly.

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Superior Mobile Koney

With a name like that, it’s no surprise the Superior mobile is a five-star food truck. Serving up hot dogs, grilled cheeses, BLTs and more, all from their four-wheels and two-doors. And did we mention you can get fried pickles on a stick?

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Wild Blue BBQ

Wild Blue serves up some seriously saucy-sweet finger food. Get their Kansas City style bbq for lunch, dinner, or even catered to your next shindig. Trust us, once you dig in you’ll totally understand. Plus, they’re also open all winter long, weather-permitted.

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Señors

If you’re looking for quick and casual Tex-Mex from a truck, Señors is hard to pass up. Word on the street (and their Fb page) is that Señors returns from downstate to Marquette for daily service and summer events in late May—and we can’t wait.

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