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This NYC ice cream truck's specialty speaks for itself. Dubbed the Salty Pimp, it's vanilla soft serve ice cream drizzled with dulce de leche, sprinkled with rock salt, and dipped in melted chocolate!
Facebook: Big Gay Ice Cream Truck
Inspired by the old graffiti and skateboard culture, this New York City food truck serves up insanely tasty barbecue supped up with interesting twists.
Facebook: Feed Your Hole
Proudly parked out in front of Hunts Point Auto Sales and Service in the Bronx, Fred Donnelley serves a mean menu featuring bbq ribs, beef brisket, pulled pork and smoked chicken.
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This mobile food truck is operated by a former Wall Street investment banker, and serves authentic Austrian schnitzel platters, sandwiches and side salads.
Facebook: Schnitzel & Things
Visit The Cinnamon Snail in New York City for vegan dishes with an Asian twist like a wheat free Korean Seitan Burger with housemade Kimchi and a spicy vegan mayo. It’s quite the mouthful!
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Awarded the Vendy's People's Choice Award, the Biryani cart is one of New York City's street food vendor icons.
Stop the presses in New York City with the Bongo Bros, where authentic Cuban cuisine is making the headlines with family recipes like their Mojo Sandwich with citrus-marinated chicken breast and spicy, garlic mayo.
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Traditional Sicilian Balls
It’s Easy Being Cheesy
Check out the Okadaman truck in New York City, where a savory Japanese pancake from Osaka called “Okonomiyaki” is the star of the show, comprised of fried cabbage, squid and Nori seaweed.
Traditional Greek Food
Swing by this New York-based weekend fish fry for your favorite Louisiana-style seafood.
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