6 Food Trucks to Find this Spring

Leah LeMoineApril 12, 2021
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Food festivals may be scarce this spring, but you can still make the most of the season with al fresco dining courtesy of these mobile culinarians.

Hot Pot Caribbean Cuisine
Chandler’s premier Caribbean eatery now has a food truck ferrying its beef patties, jerk chicken and curry goat all around the Valley. hotpotcuisine.com

Goat & Ram
Track down this pizza mobile for inventive spins on pie like the Wurst Pizza Ever: roasted garlic cream, bratwurst, Brussels sprouts, caramelized onion, mozzarella and Parmesan.

Roasted Neighborhood Coffee Truck
Start your day with a cappuccino or salted caramel latte from this roving coffee shop. They even have fancy chocolate milk for kids – or kids at heart. instagram.com/roasted_coffee_truck

Green Chile Grill
Get your green chile fix at this fiery truck, which specializes in mini green chile cheeseburgers, tacos, burritos and nachos.

Zydeco’s Louisiana Kitchen
The menu rotates weekly at this Mesa hot spot and its food truck offshoot, so you might get seafood gumbo one week and dirty rice the next.

Pita Jungle
The modern Mediterranean chain debuted its first food truck in February. It’s slated to offer PJ classics (gyros, salads) along with food-truck exclusives (not announced at press time).


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