The 25 hottest food trucks in San Antonio right now
When you’re looking for a quick bite while out on the town, don't miss out on these 25 San Antonio food trucks. Each offers quality grub from a mobile eatery that’ll surely sate your cravings, whether its seafood, tacos, hot chicken or loaded sandos.
Dotted all over the Alamo City, track down these flavor-packed restaurants on wheels when your hunger hits.
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540 S. Presa St., milpafoodtruck.com
This local outfit serves up fresh and super flavorful takes on chef-owner Jesse Kuykendall’s favorite childhood eats. Don’t miss the sopes.
Photo via Instagram / milpafoodtruck
Smokey Boys Barbecue
9599 Braun Rd., (210) 842-0288, smokeyboysbarbecue.com
This veteran-owned and -operated barbecue outfit not only smokes meats to perfection at a Northwest SA food truck park, it doles out bottle sauces for at-home indulging, too.
Photo via Instagram / smokeyboysbarbecue
Location Varies, dipshackdips.com
Folks who love dipping crusty sandos into cups of savory broth can now do that with five types of dippable sandwiches, thanks to the Dip Shack. Varieties include prime rib, pastrami, chicken and pork belly — as well as a combination of pastrami and pork belly.
Photo via Instagram / dipshackdips
Holy Smoke BBQ & Taquitos
1009 Avenue B (210) 550.2426, holysmokesa.com
The name on the side of the truck touts BBQ, but vegetarians don't have to feel left out! The Holy Smoke smoked jack fruit is a unique way for veggie lovers to enjoy the BBQ realm.
Photo via Instagram / holysmokesa
Location Varies, sliderprovider.com
It may sound off, but trust us when we say “Don’t sleep on The Goobster.” A playful combination that pairs fresh accoutrements with crunchy peanut butter and grape jelly.
Photo via Instagram / sliderprovider
Multiple Locations, facebook.com/ElRemedioSA
Just weeks ago, El Remedio announced plans to expand its footprint via a shiny new birria and seafood wagon posted up at riverside food truck park El Camino.
Photo via Instagram / elremedio_sa
Clutch City Cluckers
7038 UTSA Blvd., clutchcitycluckers.com/location/san-antonio
This Houston-based company is known for serving up sandwiches, tenders and loaded fries at heat levels ranging from “no spice” to the incendiary “cluck it like it’s HOT.” San Antonio's truck makes its debut on August 30, 2021. Go for the hot chicken or stop by for brunch, served on the weekends.
Photo via Instagram / clutchcitycluckers
Tapatio Vegan Tacos
623 Urban Loop, (956) 999-0170, tapatiovegantacos.com
Staples like tortas ahogadas, sopes, and tacos fly out of this truck — the first vegan taco truck in SA. The menu also features gluten-free options, and everything is completely homemade from the breads and tortillas to the cheeses and “meats.”.
Photo via Instagram / cannibalteddy
24188 Boerne Stage Rd., (210) 818-8421, instagram.com/monkys.tortas
The word ‘torta’ may be in the name, but Monky’s serves up much more than that. Frito pie, street tacos and burritos — just to name a few other options.
Photo via Instagram / monkys.tortas