8 food trucks to follow


Follow your nose to these food trucks feeding San Diego on-the-go.

Urban Eats: Urban Eats is a community-oriented gourmet food truck focused on fresh affordable fare. Urban Eats delivers honest food, utilizing local ingredients and enterprising healthy consumption. Innovative burgers, tri-tip sandwiches, grilled cheese, burritos, shrimp tacos and more abound.

That’s What Cheese Said: After gaining 15 years of restaurant experience, this truck is on the road with a fresh menu focusing on American comfort cuisine. They have reinvented cheese steak sammies, specialty grilled cheese and mac n’ cheese in flavors like charred jalapeno and applewood bacon.

Juice Wave SD: As the first organic juice truck in San Diego, Juice Wave’s mission is to refresh and nourish the soul by using the best quality ingredients fresh from local farms in Southern California and to help save the environment by sustainable practices. Innovative juice blends and smoothies include the Green One, Dre Beets and Chocolate Monkey. Visit their new store in Mission Beach opening April 2015.

New Orleans Food Truck: Direct from Louisiana, New Orleans Gourmet Food Truck & Catering creates authentic Creole and Cajun food in SoCal and beyond. Visit this truck for gumbo, jambalaya, shrimp and grits, red beans and rice, bread pudding and beignets.

American Flavors Food Truck: American Flavors brings back the backyard, family block party and all-American cookout traditions. Fans find familiar flavors here like BBQ, burgers, pulled pork, mac and cheese and more.

I-Scream Cannoli: I-Scream Cannoli is a mobile dessert truck offering a range of cannoli flavors like ricotta, vanilla ice cream and chocolate ice cream. The authentic shells are flash fried and filled with whipped ricotta or local artisanal ice cream and gelato.

New York on Rye: Old techniques meet modern tastes at New York on Rye. Guests can find handmade sandwiches and salads with a taste of New York using local, seasonal ingredients. Everything from a classic Reuben to a Pretzel Pastrami Dip! Visit their new deli open at 7128 Miramar Road.

Crabcakes911: Serving Maryland-style crabcakes made with blue crab, back fin and jumbo lump, this truck was the only food truck that served first responders at Ground Zero.

Source: DiscoverSD