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Bibimbap from The Green Bowl

J.M. Giordano

Listings

Aladdin Grill

@AladdinGrill1,
facebook.com/Aladdin-Grill-1419055944979467

Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine made with fresh ingredients for an affordable price. Get hearty platters such as the chicken souvlaki or go for a simple falafel sandwich.

Bistro Lunch Box

@bistrolunchbox,
bistrolunchbox.com

Catering to the mobile gourmet, the Lunch Box specializes in fresh, restaurant-quality food. And its gourmet touch extends to six varieties of fries, including Black Truffle Bacon Fondue.

Cruisin Cafe

@CruisinCafeLLC

This American-style mobile cafe is best with its lunch-y varieties, such as the wraps and sandwiches. The Crabby Fries are also a favorite.

Flavor Cupcakery

@flavorcupcakery,
flavorcupcakery.com/flavor-cupcake-food-truck

Returning in the spring, this dessert truck supplies delicious cupcakes, which were previous winners of “Cupcake Wars.”

Fowl Play

@FowlPlayTruck,
fowlplayfoodtruck.com

Specializes in American favorites, especially its seasoned chicken paired with a secret sauce (which it lets you buy so you can have it all the time).

The Green Bowl

@bmoregreenbowl,
thegreenbowlfoodtruck.com

This Asian/Latin-inspired truck goes green with its biodegradable materials and vegetarian options. Get the bibimbap, a veggie-rich dish topped with sauteed mushrooms (or choices like beef bulgogi if meatless isn’t your thing).

Greek on the Street

@greek_on,
facebook.com/pages/Greek-on-the-street

Painted with a deep sky blue and the iconic white-housed cliffs of the Santorini, Greece, landscape, this truck dishes up classic Greek food.

GrrChe

@GrrChe,
grrche.com

Melt-in-your-mouth grilled cheese varieties and seafood dishes are the menu here. And if you like your carbs on carbs, and carbs with that, try the sure-to-be-delicious mac and cheese grilled cheese.

Gypsy Queen Cafe

@thegypsytruck,
gypsyqueencafe.com

This consistent award winner is known for its meal-sized waffle cones full of crab, crab dip, fries, you name it. Oh, and Old Bay. A year’s worth of Old Bay.

IcedGems

@icedgemsbaking,
icedgemsbaking.com

Never a dull flavor here with flavors such as pumpkin chai, an ever-rotating menu, and the addition of new creations. Now there are two trucks, so there’s less of an excuse to miss it.

The Jolly Pig

@thejollypig,
thejollypig.com

Order one taco as a snack or really chow down on these international pulled-pork taco varieties, including a mean Korean barbecue.

Koco Food Truck

@kocofoodtruck,
facebook.com/kocotruck

A Korean-American fusion truck crafting menu items such as the K-Burrito, filled with rice, cheese, sour cream, guacamole, kimchi, and bulgogi chicken.

Kommie Pig

@kommiepigbbq,
kommiepig.com

Get your appetite’s worth with a half rack of ribs or a platter of pulled pork or spicy chicken—both served with two comfort-food sides. Or go cheap with one of Nathan’s hot dogs for $2.50.

Kooper’s Chowhound

@BRGRwagon,
kooperschowhound.com

Simply the best burger you will get from a food truck—with as few or as many fancy restaurant toppings, like avocado and truffle arugula, as you want. And they’ll remember your name there too.

Miss Twist

@mstwisticecream,
misstwisticecream.com

It’s the soft-serve ice cream you crave in those sweltering summer months. Get a twist on a cone—or a double.

Nailah’s Kitchen

@nailahskitchen,
nailahskitchen.com

Never had fried Guinea fowl before? Here’s your chance to try the Senegalese dish. If that’s too adventurous for you, it also has a few American options, including crab cakes.

Savannah’s Kitchen

@BMoreSavannahs,
bmorejamaican.com

Savannah’s promises a “real taste of Caribbean cooking,” including fried fish and jerk chicken.

Sexy Vegie

@SexyVegie,
SexyVegie.com

Healthy and diet-restriction-friendly, this mobile cafe continues to deliver delicious vegetarian and vegan varieties, now with gluten-free offerings.

Sláinte on Wheels

@slainteonwheels,
slainteonwheels.com

Recently featured on “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives,” Sláinte brings its award-winning seafood gumbo and Irish bibimbap to the streets, along with other Irish fare with a Maryland twist. Natty-Boh-battered fish and chips, anyone?

The Smoking Swine

@TheSmokingSwine,
thesmokingswine.com

Come here for “traditional, no-nonsense BBQ.” And for the pleasure of saying the words “Slap Yo Mama Mac and Cheese”—a three-cheese mac topped with Goldfish crackers.

South Carolina BBQ

@ScCaterers,
sccaterers.com

With family barbecue recipes from Charleston, South Carolina, you’re getting the South’s super secret and delicious sauces and seasonings right here in Baltimore.

Sultan Tandoor Food Truck

@SultanFoodTruck,
sultanfoodtruck.com

Serving fresh halal Indian cuisine such as lamb vindaloo and chicken tikka masala, Sultan gives you an authentic experience, with an Indian-style tandoor used to make naan to order.

Taharka Brothers

@TaharkaBros,
taharkabrothers.com

The local ice cream aficionados have been seen taking their ice cream truck out for a spin at Baltimore festivals.

Upslide Down Dave

@UpslidedownDave,
facebook.com/Upslidedown-Dave-117827391737507

Is there anything better than sliders? We don’t think so. Get a lot and get ’em hot.

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