America's Funkiest Food Truck Cuisine - Slideshow

By Miriam B. Weiner, Staff WriterJan. 9, 2012
By Miriam B. Weiner, Staff WriterJan. 9, 2012, at 2:43 p.m.
U.S. News & World Report

America's Funkiest Food Truck Cuisine - Slideshow

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Yumbii

Yumbii

Atlanta, Ga.
On Twitter: @Yumbii
Atlanta is a melting pot of cultures, as people move there from around the country to find work. Now, that diversity is represented in Hot-lanta's street-food scene with Yumbii. This mobile eatery serves up a steaming mix of Asian, Mexican, and Southern cuisine.
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Frysmith

Frysmith

Los Angeles, Calif.
On Twitter: @Frysmith
While French fries usually accompany a meal, L.A.'s Frysmith has made them the main event. This food truck uses everyone's preferred side dish as the foundation for a variety of many quirky-yet-delicious street snacks.
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Yumbii

Atlanta, Ga.
On Twitter: @Yumbii
Atlanta is a melting pot of cultures, as people move there from around the country to find work. Now, that diversity is represented in Hot-lanta's street-food scene with Yumbii. This mobile eatery serves up a steaming mix of Asian, Mexican, and Southern cuisine.
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The Best Hotels in Atlanta
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Frysmith

Los Angeles, Calif.
On Twitter: @Frysmith
While French fries usually accompany a meal, L.A.'s Frysmith has made them the main event. This food truck uses everyone's preferred side dish as the foundation for a variety of many quirky-yet-delicious street snacks.
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CapMac

Washington, D.C.
On Twitter: @CapMacDC
Washington, D.C.'s cheesiest food truck serves up hearty portions of every child's favorite comfort food: mac 'n' cheese. But to make it even better, CapMac tops its bowls off with crunchy Cheez-Its.
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Streetza Pizza

Milwaukee, Wisc. and Cleveland, Ohio
On Twitter: @streetzapizza
Pizza has been a staple on the street-food scene for years, yet this Milwaukee-based food truck is putting a new spin on the pie. Streetza's pizzas come adorned with unconventional toppings like crab legs and s'mores.
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Solar Waffle Works

Portland, Ore.
On Twitter: @solarwaffles
Solar Waffle Works earns high praise from hungry Portland residents for its delectable Belgian waffles, which come with mouthwatering toppings like maple bacon and blueberry jam. Yet, its devotion to bettering the community also deserves applause.
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Chef Shack

Minneapolis - St. Paul, Minn.
On Twitter: @chefshack1
This Twin Cities food truck doles out mouth-watering organic fare. While the menu may seem random (note the watermelon gazpacho sharing space with beef tongue tacos), all the offerings are made from local ingredients.
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Coolhaus

Austin, Texas; Los Angeles, Calif.; New York City, N.Y.; and Miami, Fla.
On Twitter: @COOLHAUS
Everybody -- especially Coolhaus co-founder, Natasha Case (pictured) -- remembers running for the ice cream truck on a hot summer day. Now, you can relive that memory by tracking down Coolhaus in Austin, Los Angeles, New York, or Miami, and snagging one of their delicious, made-to-order ice cream sandwiches.
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Biscuit Bike

New York City, N.Y.
On Twitter: @BiscuitBikeNYC; @BoccesBakery
We aren't the only ones who sometimes crave a snack on the go. When you're out walking your dog in New York City, keep your eyes peeled for the Biscuit Bike. Your pooch is sure to appreciate one of the bike's famous chicken cordon-bleu biscuits.
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