The Tastiest Looking Food Trucks in America

Food trucks are known for serving some of the best eats in America. But, more and more they’re becoming works of art all on their own. Check out these five head-turning and eye-catching food trucks cruising across America. 

When we think of food trucks, the cuisine is always foremost in our minds. But, the aesthetics of a food truck is becoming just as important as the food because perception has always been nine-tenths of the law. 

With that in mind, let’s take a look at food trucks in America that have turned their mobile eateries into art, becoming just as acclaimed as the delicious food they’re slinging. 

Best Food Trucks in America



Widely considered one of the best places for pizza in San Francisco, Michelin-rated Del Popolo got its start as a humble mobile eatery in 2012, but with a seriously attention-grabbing food truck to serve up it’s now-legendary pies. 

Del Popolo’s traditional, Italian-made, wood-fired oven is housed in a 20-ft. Transatlantic shipping container, repurposed into a glass-front kitchen on wheels. But, Del Popolo’s $180,000 truck is much more than just a head-turner. With it’s 5,000 lb. wood-fired oven inside, they’re creating Neapolitan-style pizza perfection cooked in 90-seconds or less in order to keep hungry crowds satisfied. 

Del Popolo’s truck became so well-known and beloved across the Bay Area, receiving national attention, a brick-and-mortar location was opened in 2015. Today, you can even order their signature pies from anywhere in the country. 

Del Popolo Food Truck



Founded by two siblings who love food, and inspired by the sun-soaked shores of Perú and Columbia, Santo Ceviche believes in serving authentic Latin American dishes made from the freshest ingredients. 

Known for their eponymous “ceviche” {filled with healthy omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins (like, D and B12) and minerals (like, calcium and iron), Santo Ceviche brings their passion for Peruvian and Columbia cuisine right to the tri-state area. 

Whether you’re in the mood for their variety of ceviche, fish tacos, or want to sample their “catch of the day,” Santo Ceviche has your cravings covered. 

From lunch on-the-go to catering events large and small, Santo Ceviche is more than a food truck, it’s “an  outdoor experience with a kitchen on wheels.”

Santo Ceviche Latin American Food Truck



For three years running, Buffalo, New York’s Souped Up has been awarded Mobile-Cuisine’s “Best Food Truck Graphics” and there’s a reason why they’re a fan-favorite. 

Aside from being Buffalo’s only gourmet soup and sandwich food truck, their truck’s homage to the Pop Art movement of the mid-to-late 1950’s (think, Andy Warhol’s “Campbell’s Soup Cans” and the work of Pop Art artist Roy Lichtenstein) is just as beloved as their signature weekly menu.

“We spent a lot of time and effort trying to design something unique, said Souped Up founder Matt Carlucci. “Our throwback ‘50s style is artistic, colorful, and appeals to both the young and old.”

Souped Up Food Truck



When Eric Spivack moved from Portland, Oregon to Richmond, Virginia he noticed the city was seriously lacking in a consistently good cup of coffee. Hailing from one of the country’s foremost coffee cities, Spivack founded Alchemy Coffee in 2012, taking a scientific approach to the art of brewing a perfect brew. 

With a 4×8 mobile trailer featuring a dichotomy of stainless steel, rustic wood, and a commercial espresso machine, Alchemy Coffee’s goal is for its loyal customers to find, what they like to call, “Brewing Enlightenment.”

Alchemy Coffee Food Truck



Foodies across Texas are flocking to Houston’s family-owned, Boombox Taco. And, not just for their signature al pastor tacos. Boombox Taco’s eclectic food truck, designed to look like a classic-80s boombox has become known as Houston’s hippest hangout. 

According to co-owner Alex Martinez who, before opening Boombox Taco was a local musician and promoter, “It’s all about helping to enrich the city through art and music, while at the same time maintaining a sense of community.”

Combining a colorful mix of Central American and African sounds and the cuisine of traditional Mexican taquerias, Boombox Taco has “remixed” and put its own “spin” on the best tacos in the “Lone Star State.”

Boombox Taco Food Truck



What could be better than enjoying a warm summer day, relaxing with a chilled glass of prosecco? Only if you’re enjoying that cold drink while gazing at Bubbles & Brews beautifully elegant beverage vehicles.  

Fully restored, vintage “mobile bars,” like their 1949 Cushman scooter dubbed “The Creamsicle” and 1983 Piaggio Ape scooter, are the perfect addition for any event, large and small. 

Plus, Bubbles and Brews serves up delicious concoctions that’ll satisfy all taste buds. From prosecco and wine, to craft beers, signature cocktails, and even non-alcohol drinks, you’ll be able to sip on your next drink in style. 

Bubbles & Brews Mobile Bar



While the most important aspect a food truck brings to the table is the quality of its food, how a food truck looks as its cruising down the street is just as important to bring customers to your window. With so many aesthetically-pleasing options to choose from, and many right here in New York, why not hit the road and check out these “tastiest food trucks in America.”

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