Austin May 09, 2018
The 10 Austin Food Trucks You Simply Must Try This Spring
The breezes are blowing and the sun shines hot, so it must be springtime in Austin. The pleasant weather is begging for you to come outside, and there’s no better way to enjoy the day than by indulging in a tasty food truck lunch. From spicy African cuisine to smoky barbecue, these mobile eateries will fill you with happiness. These are the 10 Austin food trucks you simply must try this spring.
1. LeRoy and Lewis
LeRoy and Lewis specializes in classic and adventurous cuts of meat. You'll find everything from traditional brisket to smoked pork shoulder, and it's always bursting with rich flavor. Their menu rotates daily, so it's guaranteed to be fresh and delicious. Leroy and Lewis is located at 121 Pickle Rd., Austin, TX 78704
2. Churro And Co.
This food truck will bring you back to those blissful childhood days at the fair. Churros are one of the most tasty types of comfort food, and no one does it better than Churro and Co. Get your deep-fried sugary pastry covered in chocolate sauce, fruit, and ice cream. These aren't your everyday desserts. Visit Churro and Co. at 906 S. 1st St., Austin, TX 78704.
3. Dee Dee Northern Thai Street Food
Dee Dee will whisk you away to Northern Thailand. Their spicy stir fries, scrumptious noodle bowls, and sweet mango sticky rice will keep you coming back for more. When you go, you absolutely must pair your meal with a Thai iced tea. Dee Dee can be found at 2500 E 6th St., Austin, TX 78702.
4. Courson's BBQ
The pit masters at Courson's BBQ cook their briskets low and slow, and the end result is magnificent. Yes, you'll find great barbecue all around Austin, but don't pass this place by. Their melt-in-your-mouth pulled pork will blow your mind. You can find Courson's BBQ at 2410 East 7th St., Austin, Texas 78702.
When you take that first bite into Patrizi's rich spaghetti carbonara, you'll think the food came from a five star restaurant. It may have a humble exterior, but Patrizi's pasta is as amazing as it gets. Keep your eye out for their rotating specials. You never know what kind of creative culinary magic they'll throw your way. Patrizi's is located at 2307 Manor Rd., Austin, TX 78722.
To learn more, read our feature article
There's no better way to kick off your morning than with a breakfast sandwich from Paperboy. Specializing in hot coffee and satisfying meals, Paperboy has quickly become a local favorite. You can taste their mouthwatering sausage and eggs at 1203 E 11th St. and 4204 Manchaca Rd.
7. Wasota African Cuisine
Take your taste buds on an adventure at Wasota African Cuisine. Their flavorful rice dishes are served with a side of fried plantains, spinach, or black eyed peas. For an added kick, get your chicken coated in their spicy Benin sauce. They even have a vegan and vegetarian menu. Wasota African Cuisine can be found at 1112 E 11th St.,
Austin, TX 78702.
8. Cold Cookie Company
Aching for a sweet treat? Cold Cookie Company is sure to delight. This little food truck pairs warm, gooey cookies with fresh homemade ice cream, and the end result is absolutely fabulous. Visit Cold Cookie Company at 2512 Rio Grande St., Austin, TX 78705.
To learn more, read our feature article
9. Biscuits + Groovy
This breakfast is totally tubular. Biscuits and Groovy's retro-themed menu features dishes like "The Donna Summer" and "The Village Biscuits." Whether you go for the traditional gravy-laden biscuit or one smothered in eggs and potatoes, you're sure to love you meal at Biscuits and Groovy. This quirky food truck sits at 1210 Barton Springs Rd and 5015 Duval St.
Want to learn more? Read our feature article
10. El Primo
This unassuming food truck makes some of the best breakfast tacos in the city. Don't pass this modest trailer by. Their fresh tortillas, spicy salsa, and amazing migas will blow your mind. Remember, this eatery is cash-only. El Primo is located at 2011 S 1st St., Austin, TX 78704.
What’s your favorite food truck in Austin?