Can’t decide where to go to eat? You could just wait for the food to come to you. Some of the city’s freshest, most interesting and innovative tastes are rolling around on four wheels, stopping in at parks, festivals, events and around town on no-special-reason days like say, a Wednesday.
Automatic Taco: This mobile taqueria happily serves the finest in fresh, creative, and seasonally inspired tacos!
Chef Daddy’s Food Truck: Specializes in gourmet tacos and sliders with homemade sides and other creations by award winning chef Wesley Wright.
The Chillwagon: Handcrafted organic ice cream and frozen treats served from “the coolest ice cream truck on the planet.”
The Chuck Truck: Serves up gourmet burgers including their signature “Chuck Cheeseburger” and “N’awlins Burger” complete with andouille sausage.
Cluck, Squeal and Friends: Bringing Iowa food fare to the upstate. Favorites include the Fried Pork Chop Sandwich and Crab Rangoon.
Coastal Crust: Charleston’s favorite pizza catering operation trucked it on up to Greenville with a newly restored 1955 Chevy and a wood-fired Valoriani pizza oven to serve scrumptious Neapolitan-style pizza.
Coach Green’s Kickin Pig Food Truck: This truck specializes in cooking up delicious BBQ of all kinds.
Delicias Don Vincente: Authentic Latin-American fare like arepa, empanadas and salchipapas.
Ellada Kouzina: Ellada Kouzina, meaning Greek Kitchen or Greek Cuisine, serves traditional, from-the-spit, beef and lamb gyros, Chicken souvlaki sandwiches, Greek salad, and their special creation, Greek fries.
The Fudd Truck: Simply said—Fuddruckers amazing burgers from a truck!
The Gravy Train: Specializes in poutine and other local southern staples sure to warm your heart and belly.
The Groovy Dawg: Inventive hot dogs with names like the “Smoke from a Distant Fire” or “You Sexy Thing.”
Henry’s Hog Hauler: If you know anything about Henry’s Smokehouse, a Greenville staple, then you know the only thing better than Henry’s is when Henry’s comes to you!
Highway 301: Table 301 brings famous menu items from their restaurants on the road!
Keepin’ it Fresh: Creates an ever-changing menu bringing together all the things the food-loving owners love-- fresh ingredients, interesting combinations and bold flavors.
Kona Ice: Their “KEV (Kona Entertainment Vehicle)” is specially designed to make shaved ice and ice cream treats more fun than ever before with music and DIY flavors.
Meat n The Middle: Serving a blend of Southwest food and Southeast BBQ.
The Nomadik Few: Gourmet, organic shaved ice in 36 classic flavors and 16 organic flavors. Everything from the bowls to the spoons and napkins are made from completely renewable resources.
Ray’s Mobile Foods: Serving classics like wings and French fries along with fried mac n cheese, this food truck also has TVs to keep you entertained.
Resident Dogs: Serves up inventive hot dogs from an ever-changing menu.
Robino’s Food Truck: Satisfying, locally-sourced soul food that is both gourmet and fast.
Scottie Dogs: Specializing in highland-style hot dogs with homemade Highlander Chili and whiskey-braised Scotched Onions.
Speckled Cakes: Serving delicious cakes in several flavors (gluten free available) from “Betsy” The Cupcake Truck.
Smoking Butt Heads: “Swine” dining at its finest! Award-winning professional competition BBQ team turned food truck.
Sweetly Twisted Frozen Yogurt: Sweetly Twisted brings froyo to you! SC’s first self-serve frozen yogurt truck, complete with 6 seasonal frozen yogurt flavors and over 20 different toppings.
Thoroughfare: Owned by husband and wife team Neil and Jessica Barley, this food truck specializes in hot tots (try the disco tots!), darn good sandwiches, local meats, fried stuff and fresh fixings.
Wholy Smoke: Premium smoked meats with home-cooked sides. Try the rosemary smoked chicken, spicy pinto beans or sweet potato cobbler.
The Pound Cake Man: This truck serves 45+ different kinds of pound cake. Check them out to see which flavors they are serving up at each stop.