8/20/2012 05:08:00 PM

New York's 8 Best Food Trucks

Wafles & Dinges! 
New York's mobile eateries are not a summer-only affair, but once Labor Day comes and goes, chasing your favorite food tuck down and standing in line by the curb just somehow isn't so alluring. Well, you have a good couple weeks left to go stuff your face while it's gorgeous outside. We took a look at our latest rankings of NYC trucks, whether you're into lobster rolls or ice cream, there's one parked somewhere for you. Page through the slideshow below to see the best of NYC's street eats, and let us know about which is your favorite food truck in the comments.

10 comments :

  1. Kelvin Natural is too sweet, but I am glad you put Coolhaus on there. They, rock.

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  2. Morris Truck is definitely up there. AMAZING food...grilled cheese gone gourmet.

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  3. You really missed the bus on this one. For Cinnamon Snail not to make your list, you are surely unqualified to write a piece on food trucks...

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    1. Where is Cinnamon Snail??! Sounds amazing. Also, I think Urban Lobster Shack beats Lukes. The Old Bay option is to die for!

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    2. Cinnamon Snail changes neighborhoods every day in Manhattan but usually stick to the same day in the same hood (e.g. Flat Iron District, 21st and 5th every Thursday). They post their week's schedule on their Fbook page. Check them out.

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  4. What about Uncle Gussies on 51st street and Park avenue, they have the best white sauce and the best value in the city.

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  5. Cinnamon Snail!!! How did you miss them????

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  6. The Cinnamon Snail - NY's only gourmet vegan food truck - should definitely have made this list. Serving vegans and non-vegans alike, Chef and Owner Adam Sobel takes tofu, seitan and tempeh into the global whirlwhind of sriricha, tapenade, kimchi, and the results are stunning. Served on a crusty baguette or on dark toothsome salad greens, these sandwiches are bursting with flavor. But not to be missed are the countless baked goods made fresh daily - from buttery cinnamon twists to donuts (vanilla bourbon creme brulee, smores, coconut basil ...to name a few flavors), to spinach and thyme pies, it is a smorgasbord of pastry delights!

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