In their list, only trucks were considered. If it was a trailer, or a cart, if it needed something to pull, drag, push, or carry it, if it wasn’t on at least four wheels and didn’t have the ability to move on its own power from parking ticket to parking spot, it was omitted.
The Daily Meal’s staff came up with a comprehensive pool of candidates for inclusion in this year’s list. They canvassed more than 40 cities, seeking out nearly 450 street vendors.
Check out their top 10:
|1||Red Hook Lobster Truck||NYC|
|2||Kogi BBQ||Los Angeles|
|3||Fojol Brothers||Washington D.C.|
|4||Big Gay Ice Cream Truck||NYC|
|5||The Lime Truck||Orange County|
|6||East Side King||Austin|
|7||Rickshaw Stop||San Antonio|
|8||The Cinnamon Snail||NYC|
|9||Where Ya At Matt||Seattle|
Find the entire list by The Daily Meal <here>