It’s time to get down to business. We’ve rated all these cities individually, but which trucks are the best overall?
(1). Red Hook Lobster Pound
Each day, Red Hook Lobster Pound, DC serves up lunch to hundreds of Washingtonians — providing a taste of Maine that everyone enjoys.
(2). Gelati Celesti
Remember when ice cream trucks had more than just Popsicles? Gelati Celesti has real homemade ice cream in flavors that go beyond the big three (chocolate, vanilla, strawberry). They also make their own cones.
(3). DC Slices
DC’s first mobile pizza kitchen! Baking up fun and Thin Crust pizza on the go.
(4). Carpe Donut
Once upon a time, two donut-loving fools decided that the people of Charlottesville, Va. needed a source for hot fresh donuts made from scratch with fresh organic ingredients. Carpe Donut was born.
For any health nuts out there, Goatacado is perfect. They focus on healthy and fresh food, and a strong commitment to the environment.
(6). The Big Cheese
The Big Cheese is a gourmet grilled cheese food truck in the DC area providing affordable gourmet grilled cheeses for parents and children alike.
(7). King of Pops
There’s nothing better than a cold Popsicle on a hot day, but what about all natural hand crafted Popsicles with fresh fruit? With seasonal flavors like pumpkin spice latte, King of Pops can’t be beat!
(8). The Pie Guy
This Australian food cart in Charlottesville specializes in savory meat and vegetable pies, all wrapped up in a hand held flaky puff pastry case!
(9). Mouth Wide Open
Mouth Wide Open is a food truck and catering service in Charlottesville that brings you fresh eats on the streets or to the front door of your party.
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