A city on the rise is becoming a city on the move, and as Pittsburgh turns toward becoming one of America’s more fast-paced metropolitan areas, we Yinzers need our food to keep up.
That’s why Pittsburgh’s food truck scene has started to take off in recent years. From Downtown to East Liberty and the North Shore to the South Side, there seems to be a new trendy and delicious food truck on every corner.
Food trucks representing every cuisine imaginable seem to have manifested overnight in every Pittsburgh neighborhood, but you won’t catch us complaining. The Pittsburgh food truck scene has become as diverse and electric as the city itself.
That’s why we’ve put together this list to share the goodness with you.
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First on our list for a reason, this Pittsburgh food truck has everything the starving Yinzer could ask for.
Bringing you Pittsburgh classics drowning in fries and slaw, the Burgh Bites food truck has a wide array of hot dogs, sandwiches, sliders and more! Follow them on Twitter (@BurghBites) or check out their facebook page to see where they’ll be next, or hit up their website to hire them for your own Pittsburgh party
This eclectic cuisine cart is sure to impress the adventurous eater.
Definitely one of the more creative Pittsburgh food trucks, the Blue Sparrow Food Truck offers East Asian inspired foods with a distinctly Pittsburgh twist. Try out the Banh Mi pork sandwich, or the Grilled Cheese with Kimchi and let us know what you think.
Make sure to take a look at the Blue Sparrow facebook to know where to catch them next!
The original mac and cheese experts of Pittsburgh, the Mac and Gold Truck is bringing you the ooey gooey goodness you’ve been looking for.
Everything from classic to crazy, the geniuses at the Mac and Gold start with your standard cheese and noodles and from there build up to satisfy your deepest cravings.
Truly a Pittsburgh food truck to remember, make sure to check them out on Facebook (@MacAndGold) or go to their website to see where they’ll be next!
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Tacos, Tacos and more Tacos! What more could you want in a Pittsburgh food truck?
This classic cart offers everyone’s favorite street foods right in that price point we’re all looking for. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it, and there’s absolutely nothing broke about a classic taco truck.
Voted Pittsburgh’s best 6 years in a row, be sure to check out their website to see where they’ll be when you’re craving that lunch time taco.
The ultimate cheat meal, everyone’s favorite guilty pleasure, brought to you with the ease and love of a food truck.
That’s right, chicken and waffles by The Coop are here to make your heart happy. Bringing you the savory goodness of chicken and waffles as well as the delicious dessert delicacies that are sweet waffles, the Coop has everything the waffle loving Yinzer could want.
Be sure to look them up on Facebook to catch where they’ll be next!
Bringing a taste of Maine to Pennsylvania, this Pittsburgh food truck is sure impress with it’s high end cuisine.
Cousins Maine Lobster has over a dozen locations all over the US and we in Pittsburgh are lucky enough to have one of these iconic black and red trucks roving our streets.
Sourcing only the freshest, wild caught Maine lobster, Cousins will blow you away with their famous lobster rolls and see food inspired dishes. Be sure to check out their website to catch a glimpse of the black and red during their next event.
You haven’t had the best of the Pittsburgh food truck scene until you’ve had Asado.
Owned and operated in affiliation with Gaucho -- the Argentinian barbeque restaurant in the Strip District with lines around the block, Asado is all the wood fired goodness of Gaucho on the go. Definitely a meat lover’s paradise, this rolling red kitchen is sure to please.
Be sure to look them up on facebook or check out their website for events and locations.
Calling all Korean barbeque lovers! Mr. Bulgogi is a hot Korean barbeque place in Pittsburgh, and it doesn’t hurt that it can come to you!
Offering a varying menu of dumplings, rice bowls, kimchi tacos and more, Mr. Bulgogi is big orange sight for sore eyes at every Pittsburgh food truck event. With reasonable prices and generous portions, there’s nothing you won’t love.
Be sure to look up their event calendar on facebook to see where you can spot the big orange truck.
What’s that you’re craving? Oh right, grilled cheese. Isn’t it always grilled cheese?
Finally satisfy those cravings with the Pittsburgh food truck guaranteed to tick every box in your cheesy checklist. Grilled cheese not really your thing? No fear, Oh My Grill also offers an array of other dishes, including baked mac and cheese and spinach balls.
Be sure to take a look at their facebook to see where they’ll be next.
Welcome to Steer and Wheel. Yes, you read that correctly: Steer and Wheel.
This Pittsburgh food truck is serving up gourmet burgers to the people on the street and we can not get enough. The menu is ever changing so be sure to check out their twitter for an updated list of delicious burger and fry creations.
A true Pittsburgh staple at any food truck event, also be sure to check out their website for a complete schedule and list of future locations so you don’t miss out.
With this list of the 10 best food trucks making their way through the streets of Pittsburgh you’re sure to find the perfect stop for your next meal. Be sure to check out these Pittsburgh food truck favorites and don’t forget to give the gift of an awesome meal with a GiftYa electronic gift card. Have any food truck faves we forgot to add? Let us know your go to kitchen on wheels!