Some of the best food in town comes out of a food truck (or trailer).
The wait for a crepe from Flip Happy is worth every ounce of sweet or savory goodness. Every item on the menu is worth a try, but I always get a kick of the ham and gruyere, the Moroccan chicken and the lemon curd.
These hot pressed sandwiches are the real deal. Juicy ham grilled on scrumptious bread -- and the French fries and fried plantains alone are worth a trip to this little trailer.
After this simple food trailer made an appearance on Food Network's "The Great Food Truck Race," the panini sandwiches have been flyin' out of there! Grab a classic BLT with roasted peppers and aioli or the Pineapple Express if you're feeling a little more adventurous!
The original Gourdough's trailer most definitely serves up the best donuts ever. EVER. Each donut is individually made with a variety of toppings, and the donut menu includes an amazing assortment of donut concoctions. From bacon to fried chicken to cake batter filling, these toppings and more will keep you coming back to try new combinations.
World-famous waffles and truffle mac-n-cheese got nothing on Ms P's boneless chicken tenders! Made with electric love, indeed!
I had to try Gonzo Juice because of the giant rooster on top! Of all the juice, smoothies and wraps, my favorite is the melon patch with orange, lemon and watermelon!
Go Bites is one of my new favorite spots for post-boozing nourishment - giant pocketless pitas filled with meater and vegetarian combinations, finished off with a hefty helping of special sauce. Go Bites is the go-to on East Sixth!