Best of the Borough: Top Brooklyn Food Trucks – 2017
Brooklyn has changed a lot over the years, like a lot a lot. It used to be that cabs wouldn’t even cross the bridge to the borough, and the thought of making the schlep just for a meal, well that was definitely out of the question.
Today all that has changed and Brooklyn has become synonymy’s with the hip, trendy, and oh so delicious. With the food scene in Brooklyn bustling more than ever, we have seen loads of awesome, innovative, and down right irresistible mobile kitchens cruising through the Borough.
So the next time your debating whether or not you should cross the bridge, just remember these 5 reasons. Here is our list of the best food trucks in Brooklyn, oy vey!
After rising to Smorgusburg fame in Williamsburg, Home Frite has maintained it’s status as the hippest food in the Burg. If you aren;t eating your fries out of a highly instagramable, like inducing cone, what are you even doing??
All the way from down under, DUB pies has brought the savory melty goodness of Australia to just about every corner of New York. Find them all around brooklyn in the DUB Pies truck, and in tons of local bars throughout the borough, thank us later.
THE GOOD BATCH
Imagined, baked, and promptly devoured – right in the heart of Brooklyn. These BK bakers spread love (and ice cream sandwiches) it’s the Brooklyn way!
RED HOOK LOBSTER POUND
Born in Maine, bread in Brooklyn. Red Hook Lobster Pound brings the freshest lobster to the streets of the borough, straight from their pound in Red Hook, saving you the trek up north.
Hailing from one of the most famous landmarks in all of Brooklyn, Coney Island! The Coney shack serves up the authentic flavors of the borough but with a serious twist. Like beer battered fish tacos
Ever try “mac & cheese ice cream?” You may not have wondered what this unconventional mash-up would taste like, but you probably do now. Van Leeuwen ice cream has teamed up with Kraft Heinz to create a unique summer treat!
Whether drenched in barbecue sauce, topped with coleslaw, or slapped on a bun, pulled pork makes for one of the most classically American eats. Lets check out NYC’s smokiest pulled pork food trucks that’ll surely feed a hungry crowd.