Los Angeles, CA. (PRWEB) April 29, 2014
Everyone in Los Angeles knows the best eats come from a truck and not a restaurant, and our list of The Best L.A. Food Trucks highlights the best of the best! Open night and day, these popular food trucks travel from location to location across Southern California serving up a selection of foods on the go. From the Kogi BBQ truck that started the food truck craze, to others that specialize in ethnic food or sweets, it's easy to find good eats that are sure to please nearly everyone.
While L.A. food trucks often show up at scheduled locations, many food truck enthusiasts enjoy the hunt of tracking down their favorite truck in the city. Luckily for these foodies, the food trucks use the internet and social media to communicate their locations and specials (If you can't make it out to one of these trucks, it doesn't mean you can't experience Epic Meal Time).
In addition to posting their menus, schedules and planned locations on their official websites, many food trucks will inform their fans of other news, such as specials, using their Twitter and Facebook accounts. As if that wasn’t enough, there are a bunch of secondary websites, strictly devoted to tracking Los Angeles food trucks.
So, what are the best food trucks in LA? There's an estimated 200 food trucks roaming the streets of Los Angeles in total, but some are certainly better than others.
The Best L.A. Food Trucks:
1. Grilled Cheese Truck
2. Kogii BBQ
3. Grill ‘Em All
6. Buttermilk Truck
9. Vizzi Truck
10. Lobsta Truck
When asked if she feels LA deserves to be considered one of the best cities in the US for food trucks, food enthusiast Danielle Dauenhauer noted, "Anybody can throw a fryer and a clever name onto a moving food shack, but trucks like Grilled Cheese Truck, Coolhaus, and Grill 'Em All really make LA a street food destination."
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