Catching Up with the Food Trucks from Seasons Past

Catch up with the food trucks from the past seasons of Food Network's The Great Food Truck Race.

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Seoul Sausage

Season 3 winners Seoul Sausage used their prize money to open Seoul Sausage Co. in Los Angeles. The restaurant offers the guys' same menu items, including their flaming kimchi balls. The truck still gets used for catering events.

The Lime Truck

Season 2 winners The Lime Truck continue to sell their brand of fresh and healthy fusion food across the Los Angeles area, as well as in their brick-and-mortar restaurant, TLT Food, which opened in the fall of 2012.

Grill 'Em All

Season 1 winners Grill 'Em All, based in Alhambra, Calif., started off as a food truck, but the guys opened up their first restaurant in January 2013, offering the over-the-top burgers and fries they're best known for.

Hodge Podge

Runner-up food truck from Season 2 Hodge Podge still hits the streets of Cleveland and the surrounding suburbs, but Chef Chris Hodgson now puts his focus into running his restaurant, Hodge's, which opened in the spring of 2012. Chris recently returned to Food Network to compete in Food Network Star, Season 9.

Nom Nom Truck

After coming in second place during Season 1, Los Angeles-based Nom Nom Truck expanded to include three other California locations, among them San Francisco. Currently the team is on hiatus because they're planning on opening their first brick-and-mortar restaurant.

Roxy's Grilled Cheese

Season 2 food truck Roxy's Grilled Cheese is well-known for its unique grilled cheese sandwiches and truffled fries. The team continues to serve the Boston area and also caters special events from weddings to movie premieres.

Korilla BBQ

Korilla BBQ from Season 2 continues to roam the streets of New York City selling Korean-Mexican fusion, including their famous "Ribeye of the Tiger," available in burrito and taco form.


Season 2 food truck Seabirds offers a rotating menu of organic and seasonal vegetarian dishes to the Orange County area. The ladies are set to open their first brick-and-mortar restaurant, Seabirds Kitchen, in Costa Mesa, Calif., this summer.


Based in San Diego, Season 2 food truck Devilicious still offers a menu of classic comfort foods made with indulgent ingredients.

Sky's Gourmet Tacos

Located in Los Angeles, Sky's Gourmet Tacos has been selling Mexican-soul food fusion food in their restaurant since 1992. It was in 2010 that they expanded to include a food truck.

Spencer on the Go

Season 1 food truck Spencer on the Go started out as a restaurant, Chez Spencer, before expanding to include a food truck. French Chef Laurent Katgely's truck menu includes classics, as well as modern interpretations such as escargot puff lollipops.

Austin Daily Press

Since competing on Season 1, Austin-based Austin Daily Press, which specializes in Mediterranean-inspired sandwiches, has since added a brick-and-mortar sandwich shop.

Crepes Bonaparte

Focusing solely on sweet and savory crepes, Season 1 food truck Crepes Bonaparte roams between the Orange County and Los Angeles areas, and in 2012 Crepes Bonaparte expanded to include a second truck in San Diego.

Ragin Cajun

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. He is now preparing to open his first quick-serve restaurant.