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Bibimbap from The Green Bowl

J.M. Giordano


Aladdin Grill


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


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


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


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

Fowl Play


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


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


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



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


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.



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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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

Sexy Vegie


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

Sláinte on Wheels


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


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


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


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


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

Upslide Down Dave


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

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