Hodge Podge, runner-up on Season 2 of The Great Food Truck Race, can be found all around Cleveland and the surrounding suburbs serving up healthy gourmet food on the go. Try the PBLT Slider for a tasty twist on a classic sandwich (the "P" here stands for "Pork"), or dig into a Hodge Burger.
As their motto -- "food so good it's bad" -- implies, this San Diego-based food truck boasts a menu of classic comfort foods made with indulgent ingredients like butter-poached lobster and "bacon, bacon, bacon and more bacon." Vegetarians can (and should) try the decadent Asparagus Grilled Cheese.
Focusing solely on made-to-order sweet and savory crepes, the Crepes Bonaparte food truck roams between the Orange County and Los Angeles areas, and in 2012 expanded to include a second truck in San Diego.
Sky's Gourmet Tacos had been selling Mexican-soul food fusion food in their Los Angeles restaurant since 1992 when they expanded to include a food truck in 2010. Now, you can get their signature Shrimp Tacos and more savory eats on the go. A full vegetarian menu is also available.
A self-proclaimed "veggie truck," Seabirds offers a rotating menu of organic and seasonal vegetarian dishes, like Cream of Broccoli Asparagus Soup and Mushroom-Spinach Mac and Cheese, to the Orange County area. Visit their companion brick-and-mortar spot, Seabirds Kitchen, in Costa Mesa, California.
Seen on The Great Food Truck Race with Tyler Florence, this tiger-striped truck is hitting up New York City's streets as the "new face" of Korean BBQ. Their grilled "Ribeye of the Tiger" beef works magic with any of the smoky or spicy Korilla sauces. Try both in a burrito, taco or rice bowl.
Get ready to rock 'n' roll with Beau MacMillan’s favorite street food: H-100s. Unassuming at first, these giant tater tots will explode in your mouth. As the Season 1 winners of The Great Food Truck Race, Grill 'Em All took everyone for a ride with their tasty, in-your-face burgers.
The Lime Truck's concept is simple: create fresh, healthy and accessible food. Proof of concept? Try the slow-roasted pulled-pork fries drizzled with chipotle honey or the refreshing raspberry lychee limeades. Want more proof? TLT drove straight to No. 1 on Season 2 of the Great Food Truck Race.
Roxy's Grilled Cheese is well-known in the Boston area for cooked-to-order sandwiches and handcut truffle fries. The menu is short and sweet, and changes seasonally, but the delicious Green Muenster Melt, made with Muenster cheese, guacamole and bacon, can be enjoyed any time of year.
Ragin Cajun began as a restaurant in Hermosa Beach, Calif., but after losing the lease, owner Stephen Domingue opened a food truck to serve his Cajun eats. Choose from a variety of "Bayou Bowls," like simple Red Beans and Rice or Chicken and Sausage Gumbo, or enjoy a classic Catfish Po'Boy.
Known for its eclectic menu offerings, Nana Queen's specializes in sweet banana pudding and savory wings.
Los Angeles-based food truck Cafe Con Leche serves up authentic Cuban cuisine for lunch and dinner. With founder Gabriel's cafe con leche recipe, Maria's salsa dancing and Chef Frankie's experience, the Café Con Leche truck has been a party ever since its wheels started rolling.
As Tyler Florence would have you believe, Spencer on the Go has succeeded in making the flavor of France come alive on a lollipop stick. At Spencer on the Go, Chef Laurent Katgely took his French fare to the food truck scene. So now you can have escargot pops or curried frog legs on the go!
Nom Nom, The Great Food Truck Race Season 1 runner up, brings fusion and traditional Vietnamese sandwiches and tacos to hungry Californians using fun recipes and fresh ingredients. For a tasty meal on the go, try the Banh Mi, a crispy baguette layered with saucy meat, fresh cilantro and cucumbers.
This sandwich-centered eatery began as a food truck (and contestant on The Great Food Truck Race) and has since added a brick-and-mortar location on MLK Blvd. Since their start pressing paninis, they have expanded to include signature tortas and telera roll sandwiches.