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    Cool Food Trucks!

    Wanting to spin off from THIS thread, I decided to make a log here of food trucks I'd like to visit myself and to share with you all. Food trucks are huge at the moment in the foodie world and they're make some pretty good stuff.

    Please feel free to post any great food trucks you know of.

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    -To start this off, I want to try this one in San Francisco. Probably will next week sometime.

    http://roliroti.com/home

    -There's also this one in L.A. They only make meatballs.

    http://greatballsontires.com/menu/

    (btw I heard that this truck has around 140 customers everyday during their 2 hour lunch period. The menu is posted above with their prices. I'd say they are doing very well.)

    -Still haven't tried this ever popular one yet either. I hear the lines are always too long.

    http://kogibbq.com/

    -I'd love to try this one when I get around to visiting Vancouver.

    http://www.feastro.ca/

    - Same for Washington, DC
    Rebel Heroes - a fusion of cuban and vietnamese
    http://twitter.com/#!/rebelheroes

    -Here's a food truck blog for those who are interested.

    http://www.foodtrucktalk.com/

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    the roliroti truck has been at the oakland farmer's market, i got a chicken from them once it was really good.

    there are a few good taco trucks nearby that make gigantic delicious cheap burritos.

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    Sadly I don't live in a good enough city for food trucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    -To start this off, I want to try this one in San Francisco. Probably will next week sometime.

    http://roliroti.com/home
    Have you been doing off the grid?

    Sadly we're limited to the occasional hamburger truck and hot dog cart up north.

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    OMG I LOVE TACO TRUCKS.

    I used to live in Reseda near where this one parks nearly every evening - they had the best, hugest bean and cheese burritos with guacamole, peppers, onions and different salsas and chips for like 3.50.

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    I have had the Kogi BBQ truck a couple of times and it's really good. Same with the Coolhaus ice cream truck and especially the LudoTruck for chicken. YUM. I had this highly touted truck called Frysmith, but I thought it was only meh.

    I'd really like to try Great Balls On Tires (despite the atrocious name) and the Grilled Cheese Truck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mavericknm View Post
    Have you been doing off the grid?

    Sadly we're limited to the occasional hamburger truck and hot dog cart up north.
    No I had not heard of it but thanks. I might check it out sometime now. I actually live 1 hour north of SF. Where I live there are a few food trucks but I haven't tried them all yet. I have reason to believe that only a couple of them are really good. How far up north are you?

    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    I'd really like to try Great Balls On Tires (despite the atrocious name) and the Grilled Cheese Truck.
    When you do, please report back here. I'm interested!

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    There is an excellent one I have had a chance to sample at one of the local farmers markets.

    http://www.silversporkgr.com/Silver_...ruck/Menu.html

    The Mitten Bagel is fantastic. I love how they are using all local ingredients.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    How far up north are you?
    The kind of north where 6 months of the year the food truck has no where to park and no one would buy ice cream even if treat bot were to come.

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