5 Austin Food Trucks You Need to Check Out

November 13, 2018

5 Austin Food Trucks You Need to Check Out

According to a recent report from the Economist, Austin Texas has the fastest-growing food truck industry in the United States and the second most food trucks per capita in the nation. We wanted to narrow down a few trucks you should check out next time you're in Austin. Did we miss your favorite? Let us know! Here's our list of 5 food trucks you need to check out:



5000 Burnett Rd Austin TX, 78756


Just recently ranked in Yelp’s Top 10 Hot Dogs in the US, these aren't your typical hotdogs. These are Tucson local hotdogs, originally from the state of Sonora, MX. The owners believed that everyone should try them out, so they brought them to Austin.


Four Brothers

1720 Barton Springs Rd Austin, TX 78704 . 


If there’s one thing that might match our love for tacos, it’s arepas. These little Venezuelan beauties are being served up by Four Brothers food truck and are seriously worth checking out. Try one of their perfectly crafted sandwiches filled with mouthwatering chicken, beef, and pork and topped with avocados, and of course, a side of plantains.  

Happy Lobster

Downtown Austin, 78701 Austin, TX 



At Happy Lobster, their mission is to bring people together through their love of the lobster roll. We dig that! This is a go-to truck for all your lobster cravings including tacos, lobster mac and cheese bites, lobster cheese fries, and of course - the lobster roll.

Biscuits and Groovy

5015 Duval St Austin, TX 78751


These are not your Mama’s biscuits! Biscuits and Groovy serve up some seriously delicious combinations with some of the best names we’ve ever heard including the Johnny Hash, the MC Hammer, and the Aretha Franklin. Curious what the heck these mean? Go check them out and get your biscuit on.


Baton Creole

1016 E 6th St Austin, TX, 78702  



Have you ever heard of deep fried jambalaya on a stick? Us neither, but we figure its worth a shot. Baton Creole offers fun and creative food perfect for late night eating after you’ve had a couple beers at a local bar. Try their gumbo, fish etouffee, delightful beignets, and green bean casseroles and you'll feel like you're down in the bayou.

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