New Food Trucks You May Have Missed – June 22, 2012

You may have missed it, but the mobile food industry is growing faster than anyone would have guessed two years ago. It can be difficult to keep up with the new trucks and carts as they pop up throughout the country. Because of this, Mobile Cuisine assists our readers weekly by posting the names and information about these trucks, so if they happen to be in your area, you can begin to follow them, or at least keep any eye out for them on the roads and cart pods.

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This week’s new entries are:

Baltimore, MD

Hula Honeys Shave Ice

Twitter: @HulaHoneysTruck

Calgary, Canada

The Naaco Truck

Twitter: @TheNaacoTruck

Calgary food truck serving neo-retro Indian curbside eats without compromising social responsibility – A Spicy Affair. My Naaco, your mouth 😉

New York City, NY

Hibachi Heaven

Twitter: @hibachiheaven

NYC’S FIRST HIBACHI TRUCK TO EVER HIT THE STREETS for info please call 5168300021 Please call us for corporate parties

Salt Lake City, UT

Como Lomo Food Truck

Twitter: @comolomo

Serving Gourmet Peruvian Cuisine on the streets of SLC in a food truck.

San Antonio, TX



San Diego, CA

Artistica Food Truck

Twitter: @ArtisticaFood

COMING SOON! ARTISTICA MEXICAN GOURMET FOOD TRUCK will be in your San Diego Area! Please help us spread the word 🙂

Epic Eatz

Twitter: @EpicEatz

San Francisco, CA

Tres Truck

Twitter: @TresTruck

Syracuse, NY

Street Eats

Twitter: @SteviStreetEats

Street Eats is a mobile vending unit that sells iconic street food with a culinary twist. Street Eats is chef owned & operated by Steve LeClair.

Toronto, Canada

UrbanSmoke BBQ Truck

Twitter: @UrbanSmokeTruck

Another culinary adventure by Launching June 2nd, 2012


If you are aware of any new rolling bistros, please let us know so that we can add them to our weekly listing of new food trucks as they hit the streets near you. Email us at


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About the Author:

Richard is an architect by degree (Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Michigan) who began his career in real estate development and architectural planning. In September of 2010 he created Mobile Cuisine Magazine to fill an information void he found when he began researching how to start a mobile hotdog cart in Chicago. Richard found that there was no central repository of mobile street food information anywhere on the internet, and with that, the idea for MCM was born.

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