New York Food Trucks Go Gourmet

Photos
0908_NYCFoodTrucks launcher image
Through the large front window of the Wafels & Dinges truck, you can watch waffles being made in cast-iron presses.
— Heather Eng
The Wafels & Dinges truck lets you pile on toppings such as Nutella, Belgian chocolate, fresh strawberries and bananas, and cream.
— Heather Eng
Lev Ekster shelved his fledgling legal career to launch CupcakeStop, which sells between 500 and 2,000 cupcakes a week in the Flatiron District.
— Heather Eng
CupcakeStop's rotating menu includes strawberry shortcake, red velvet, and peanut butter and jelly cupcakes.
— Heather Eng
The rice ball truck Papa Perrone's is a regular fixture in east Midtown.
— Heather Eng
Johnpaul Perrone flash fries rice balls in extra virgin olive oil using his mother's recipe.
— Heather Eng
Chances are, you'll be craving Taiwanese after catching a whiff of the aromas wafting from the NYC Cravings truck, which has a bamboo motif.
— Heather Eng
NYC Cravings churns out heaping plates of hearty Taiwanese snacks.
— Heather Eng
The man behind the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck is Doug Quint, a doctoral candidate and freelance musician who's performed with the Boston Pops and the Brooklyn Philharmonic.
— Heather Eng
Quint's signature cone is vanilla ice cream topped with dulce de leche and crushed Nilla wafers.
— Heather Eng
There's only one thing on the menu at La Cense Beef Burger Truck: black Angus grass-fed beef burgers topped, at your request, with caramelized onions and cheese.
— Heather Eng
La Cense Beef Burger Truck is an outpost of a Montana ranch, where cattle graze on 88,000 acres of land.
— Heather Eng

Related Content