The food truck phenomenon has quickly made its mark on Oklahoma’s dining landscape. For unique eats in unexpected places, explore our list of favorite food trucks and discover a new culinary world.
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There’s no wrong time to track down Oklahoma food trucks traveling across the state, where they often show up at the nearest festival or the parking lot around the corner. Wherever you are, chances are there’s some exciting cuisine happening inside a colorful truck near you. Whether you attend a year-round monthly event or meet up with friends at a local food truck park, you’re sure to find something new, exciting and delicious.
Experience award-winning personal pizzas at Saucee Sicilian’s roaming food truck. Based in Oklahoma City, this top-ranked pizza food truck delivers “One of the Best Pizzas in the World”-worthy eats to the masses. Wood-fired Neapolitan pizza pies come topped with flavorful red sauce, mingled with melted mozzarella, marinated artichokes, pepperoni pieces and sliced soprassata. After devouring a delicious 10’’ pizza, end the meal on a sweet note with a s’mores calzone, packed with Ghiradelli chocolate, marshmallows and powdered sugar.
While the majority of seasonal food trucks thrive in summer, Junction Coffee can most commonly be found parked around Oklahoma City in fall, winter and spring. This converted double decker bus traveled across the ocean before its current owners transformed it into a coffee shop on wheels. Place your custom cortado, espresso or flavored latte order at the window before climbing the stairs to the second-story café to relax in booths and bar seats.
Nosh on pizza by the slice baked fresh at Andolini’s Pizzeria Food Truck in Tulsa. This food truck serves up staples like pepperoni, chicken or the Demarco of Brooklyn, topped with tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, romano cheese and basil. Special slices of the day rotate, too, adding a fresh twist to the shortened menu from this Tulsa-based chain with several brick-and-mortar locations. After biting into a slice or two, polish off your pizza with a piece of Italian butter cake and bottled Coke.
For a taste of something different, venture over to MASA Kitchen’s truck to give its range of South American entrees a try. Spicy options abound, like Thai chili empanadas, as well as lighter dishes like rice and chicken. Tasty arepas come with a side of citrus slaw, and the bacon bombs, seasoned shrimp wrapped in a bacon blanket, always satisfy. Come on by and give generations-old recipes a try by mixing and matching six empanada flavors, or try the Cuban sandwich, stuffed with herb-crusted pork loin and prosciutto.
Anchored in Elk City, Blue Mountain Smoke food truck wanders across the west, a smokehouse on wheels, delivering brisket and sausage to its statewide fans. With customizable meal options, guests can decide how much meat to take home, whether ordering a pound of ribs, a pulled pork sandwich or a meal with sides like potato salad, coleslaw and smoked beans.
Mexican menu items feed the masses at La Hermosa, a food truck based out of Claremore. Choose between the tamale platter, tacos served with rice and beans or the lunch burrito meal. The 12-inch Tortilla de Harina comes loaded with beans, rice, lettuce, avocado, cheese and meat, while the torta sandwich is packed with lettuce, avocado, onion, jalapenos and meat options like tongue, tripe, steak and chorizo. Most entrees come with side items and spicy sauces to ensure guests get their fill of flavor.
Pay the Lalo’s I Love My Taco Chop & Grill truck a visit next time you find yourself in Yukon, and feast on tacos and burritos. Specializing in “Chicago-style” Mexican food, this local food truck tops its chicken and beef tacos with plenty of cheese, lettuce, sour cream and salsa. Salads and burritos also come complete with all the fixings and the option between beef or chicken filling. For simple, delicious Mexican food, place your order at Lalo’s food truck window.
For perfectly prepared Mexican food, head to Nacho Biznez food truck when it comes to town. Although based in Ada, this roaming food truck hands out nachos, tacos, burritos, quesadillas and rice bowls to diners across the state. Beef, chicken and shrimp entrees are available, and, as an added bonus, Nacho Biznez cooks up fresh batches of queso and guacamole daily to complement main dishes.
Oklahoma food truck parks offer a myriad of food choices, whether dining with a large group or planning a one-on-one meet-up. With some parks constant rotating trucks, guests can pay an afternoon or evening visit on the regular without tiring of the numerous offerings.
Tucked within the Tulsa Arts District, Guthrie Green host a regular slate of community events centered on food trucks. Once a week from May through October, during Food Truck Wednesdays, roaming kitchens including Mangiamo Truck land at this Tulsa park, providing plenty of lunchtime options for all. Periodically, local musicians will take the stage at Guthrie Green, entertaining hungry guests while they wait. The last Wednesday of every month, new food trucks make their debut for Wild Card Wednesdays, adding to the ever-changing lineup of food trucks available.
Conveniently located along Main Street in downtown Norman, Recess Taco Park grants families the perfect place to gather year-round. This family-friendly hub features covered tables, TV and plenty of lawn games like corn hole, giant Jenga and even a completely free putt putt golf course. You can’t go wrong with any of the park’s delicious taco options, so grab everything from tacos al pasto to jackfruit tacos. Pair it with homemade chips, queso, salsa and one of their incredible prickly pear margaritas. Pets are welcome at this Norman food truck park, and live musicians commonly perform beneath the twinkling lights.
For more food trucks found traveling throughout Oklahoma, see our full list here. Be sure to follow their social media accounts to find out when they’ll land in a lot near you.