Here in (opens in a new tab), our food trucks are plentiful and easy to track down (unlike the roaming ones in Portland and Los Angeles), and more are popping up all the time! With ever-changing chalkboard menus and local produce, these food trucks range from varied ethnic kitchens to singular specialty stands. Come to Eat Street (44 Morris Street), and see what delectable offerings these food trucks are serving up today! Geechee Island: This mobile kitchen specializes in smoked meats, from pulled pork to smoked turkey and smoked chicken sandwiches. They also offer a variety of flavored wings, making this truck a one-stop shop for all meat-lovers. Diggity Doughnut Truck: For decadent eating without the guilt, stop by the Diggity Doughnut truck for whole grain, all natural, vegan doughnuts. With gluten-free options and agave icing substitutes available, there’s no reason not to swing by for a (opens in a new tab) breakfast on the go!
- Hello My Name is BBQ: The mother-truck of all-things-barbeque, this mobile eatery’s dishes are worth many introductions to your plate. Specializing in beer-braised BBQ on brioche with toppings to match—barbequed bacon, grilled jalapenos, coleslaw, and blue cheese, to name a few—this truck is sure to impress.
- Pot Kettle Black: Serving up Chicago-Italian beef, Philly roasted pork, New Orleans muffalettas, and Wisconsin beer cheese soups, Pot Kettle Black gives your taste buds a culinary tour of the states!
- Roti Rolls: The food truck that rolls all your favorite cuisines into one, Roti Rolls offers Asian, Indian, Caribbean, Latin, and Southern delicacies all on their signature Roti (opens in a new tab). Explore the possibilities on your lunch break!
What is your favorite food truck in Charleston?