DETROIT, MI - Food truck season is coming and Detroit is ready for it. Detroit’s food truck fleet is a must-add to your list of things to do this fall.
Detroit’s food trucks serve a variety of delicious foods, from Mexican favorites to BBQs, to sandwiches and delis, to ethnic flairs, and more. You will learn about the top, local favorite, food trucks around the city through this list.
Regina’s Food Truck came from the communities of Guadalajara to the mountains of Jalisco,
now serving Detroit with a touch of authentic Mexican fare in southeast Michigan. Regina’s Food Truck pleases the crow with its unimaginable tacos with homemade salsa, along with steak, chicken, and vegetarian options.
In case the name didn’t already give it away, Pork N’ Bones specializes in all things pork and is committed to using only the highest-quality cuts in every meal. Try out its classics, like tender pulled pork on a sandwich drenched in homemade BBQ sauce, or fall of the bone smoked pork ribs.
Hero Or Villain was introduced to Metro Detroit in 2014 by Richard Zemola. Zemola and his team have since then been serving sandwiches with a side of nostalgia. Hero Or Villain’s food truck is packed with so many gourmet ingredients. Try its Mega Man, classic B.L.T, Green Ranger, or a turkey sandwich soaked in pesto aioli.
Aiming to be the most talked-about mobile food service in Michigan, The Pita Post diversifies its menu with s special recipe pita sandwiches that use all fresh and natural ingredients.
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