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There’s no doubt that food trucks are having a moment — in fact, they're still hanging on pretty strong. Sometimes, though, the options are dizzying: Korean tacos? Falafel? Bacon? So many decisions. But, we caught wind of five mobile setups that are anything but overwhelming, resetting the pace of the pop-up-on-wheels surge. Forget waiting in a 30-minute line for truffle tater tots; these individuals are bringing artisanal shopping and more right to your door.
Whether vintage relics by Half Hitch Goods suit your fancy or a mobile photo booth is more your speed, the rad trucks ahead are breathing new life into the trend. And, we chased down the folks behind the wheel to get the scoop about why they hit the open road. So, get revved up — these entrepreneurial folks are taking us into overdrive.
Photographed by Ashley Batz
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