Let’s be real: Fort Worth’s restaurant scene is booming and some local chefs are also making it convenient to grab delicious food while on the go + at great prices. We’ve got all the delectable details on 10 mobile eateries and where you can track them down.
Note: We always recommend checking online to confirm locations before heading out, as food trucks are inherently mobile.
Last Supper BBQ Smokers, 2800 Horne St.
Pitmaster Chris Salone is making fall-off-the-bone barbecue cooked over oak, hickory, and mesquite hardwoods for 12 hours.
- Try this: A pulled-pork sandwich and a plate of ribs.
The Beignet Bus, Location varies
Chef Toby Tindall, the former executive chef for the Hilton Fort Worth and The Ashton Hotel, is deep-frying sweet treats in a green and white bus with Café du Monde vibes.
- Try This: Beignets dusted in powdered sugar dipped in hickory coffee
Sweet Sugar High, Location varies
Husband and wife duo Juan and Catherine Fernandez are grilling four different types of burgers made with either Wagyu or regular 80/20 beef layered with toppings and served on a brioche bun.
- Try this: Big Hog Mac served with pulled pork and topped with mac and cheese.
Gustos burgers + staff, Alley behind Hotel Dryce, 3621 Byers Ave.
Grab a (single, double, or triple) burger and tater tots made by expert burger-maker Jonathan Arguello + staff. Pro tip: There’s even a vegetarian option.
- Try this: Gusto burger made with American cheese, onion, secret burger sauce, and Best Maid pickles on a buttered bun.
Lola’s Cuban Food, 118 N. Henderson St.
The team at Lola’s is preparing authentic Cuban dishes like shredded beef with rice, plantain chips, burgers, and classic desserts.
- Try this: Cuban coffee made with espresso, cortadito and café con leche.
Funky Calavera, Hotel Revel parking lot, 1165 8th Ave.
This Mexican food truck is serving handheld treats like tacos, quesadillas, and burritos.
- Try this: If you’re a lover of birria tacos, get the birria quesadilla made with Mexican cheese smothered in that classic red coating.
Cousins Maine Lobster, Location varies
The seafood truck is fishing up dishes originating from Maine like lobster rolls, clam chowder, lobster bisque, and lobster tater tots.
- Try this: Make your own lobster rolls with a kit that comes with 1lb of Maine lobster meat and 6 seasoned New England rolls.
Carter’s Coffee, Clearfork + TCU
Fuel up at this one-stop breakfast shop serving hot and iced coffee, breakfast sandwiches, oat bars, and other summery drinks. Pro tip: Only the Stanley Avenue location serves sandwiches.
- Try this: BBQ brisket sandwich with pickles and onions.
YATAI Food Kart, 1311 W. Magnolia Ave.
Chef Kevin Martinez is dishing up Japanese-inspired dishes like tuna poke and oxtail & wild mushroom dumplings, along with his specialty ramen bowls.
- Try this: Yakisoba, ramen with a mushroom base.
Winginit, 1101 Fairmount Ave.
The family-owned truck is serving handled classics including chicken wings, sandwiches, and french fries.
- Try this: Brick House loaded fries made with cheese, chicken, veggies, and spices.