PITTSBURGH — The food truck industry in Pittsburgh continues to grow, and there are now dozens you can find at festivals, events or just in the neighborhood for lunch!
Here are 10 food trucks to check out in the Steel City:
Burgh Bites is a Pittsburgh food truck and catering business serving gourmet street food and homemade specialties. Their food truck menu includes several sandwiches and hot dogs to choose from, and also their signature seasoned tortilla trips.
Blue Sparrow is a global street food truck, and, according to its website, all of its food is made from scratch. Its bio says, “We take ingredients from around the globe and fuse them with classic street cart dishes.”
Cilantro & Ajo offers Venezuelan food, including empanadas, arepas and more.
You can find its schedule every week on its Instagram page.
This food truck is exactly what it sounds like -- the classic savory dish with Belgian waffles and fried chicken and more.
Seafood fan? This food truck offers authentic Maine lobster rolls and Maine eats. According to its website, it serves only 100% premium, wild-caught, sustainably harvested lobster from Maine.
Evil Swine BBQ is a company that specializes in homemade barbecue. Pulled pork, pulled chicken, mac and cheese and specialty sauces are just some of the things it offers on its food truck menu.
This mac and cheese truck uses homemade cheese sauce with many options to choose from. Its website says: “We provide a rotating, seasonal menu of meats & veggies to customize and mesmerize. From traditional to unique, we are constantly adding to our selections of specials and toppings.”
Mr. Bulgogi’s food truck offers Korean barbecue, including burgers, rice and noodles.
Burgers, sandwiches, fries and even food for your four-legged friend!
You heard that right — a pierogi food truck! According to its website, it is Pittsburgh’s one and only food truck specializing in authentic Eastern European dishes, such as pierogi, stuffed cabbage and haluski.
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