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South Jersey’s food truck scene is growing, and it’s serving up everything from sandwiches and tacos to cupcakes AND snow cones. These rolling restaurants are always on the move, so the best way to catch a truck is to check their website or Facebook page for a list of spots where they park. And here’s what to order when you get to the window.

1Bacon Broads
baconbroads.com
Facebook: @BaconBroads
A bacon lover’s dream, this food truck has every bacon delicacy you could imagine. From the signature Bacon Broads bacon patty to bacon mac n’ cheese, the selection of comfort foods is endless – and delicious!

Brother Bear’s BBQ
brotherbearbbq.com
Facebook: @BrotherBearBBQ
Mobile barbecue has never been done so well. The fresh, hand-rubbed meats at Brother Bear’s BBQ range from ribs and sausage to pulled pork and briskets. And the sauces – one being blueberry barbecue sauce – are what really set this truck apart.

Kevin’s Salad Station
Facebook: @KevinsSaladStation
Twitter: @KevinsSalad
This truck is the go-to for all vegetarian or vegan needs (no worries, meat eaters – the truck is not vegan-exclusive). The homemade dressings, fresh fruit and smoothies make this truck more than just a salad station. Build your own or choose from one of the pre-designed salads on Kevin’s menu.

Beast of the Street
beastofthestreet.com
Facebook: @Beast-of-the-Street
Twitter: @BeastofStreet
This custom food truck is serving up some of South Jersey’s freshest foods, from beef sliders to brisket egg rolls. And you don’t want to miss the pulled pork n’ cheese panini.

2Mannino’s Cannoli Express
Facebook: @ManninosCannoliExpress
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a cannoli as authentic as Gabriella Mannino Tomasello’s signature blueberry cannoli, which she and her family have been making for more than 26 years. The blueberries come fresh from Hammonton, and the cannoli shells are imported weekly from Palermo, Sicily.

I Got Crabs N Some
igotcrabsnsome.com
Facebook: @IGotCrabsNSome
This fishermen-run food truck serves food as ocean-fresh as you can get. This is the spot to get shrimp po’ boy sandwiches, fish and chips, scallops wrapped in bacon and more. The truck is best known for its fish tacos, fried shrimp and homemade crab cakes.

3Lost in the Woods
Facebook: @LostintheWoodsLLC
More like lost in exotic cuisines. This truck is packed with a variety of cuisines, from Korean and Japanese to Tex-Mex and Cajun/Creole. There is a dish for everyone. The goal is to expand customers’ sense of taste.

Cupcakes 2 GoGo
cupcakes2gogo.net
Facebook: @Cupcakes2GoGo
Twitter: @Cupcakes2GoGo
South Jersey’s first cupcake truck, Cupcakes 2 GoGo is serving up some truly unique creations. The truck carries the standard chocolate and vanilla flavors, but also serves wild flavors like fudge peanut butter, lemon creamsicle and chocolate caramel coconut.

Kona Ice
kona-ice.com
Facebook: @KonaIceOfCherryHill
Twitter: @KONAICE
This truck is taking snow cones to an entirely new level. Specialty flavors include Tiger’s Blood, Strawberry’d Treasure and Island Rush.

4Cooper River Lunch & Munch
cooperriverlunchandmunch.weebly.com
Facebook: @CooperRiverLunchAndMunch
Stationed at Cooper River, this truck gives you the opportunity to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner with a view of the Philly skyline. You can get everything from Cajun chicken wraps to french toast.

 

So Jersey Mobile Cafe
sojerseymobilecafe.com
Facebook: @So.Jersey.Mobile.Cafe1
Twitter: @SoJerseyCafe
Focused on Jersey-fresh ingredients, the So Jersey Mobile Cafe is all about comfort food. The truck’s seasonal menu changes make for some delicious dishes, like the spinach herb grilled cheese and the caprese mozzarella cheese, pesto and lettuce ciabatta sandwich.

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