About Phoenix Food Trucks

The food truck scene in this scorching city is more than heating up thanks to the city’s warm reception of this growing industry. On any given day you can find groups of food trucks congregating in vacant areas including lots located near the historic Phoenix Seed and Feed building and the Phoenix public market. One truck sure to make an appearance is the crowd favorite, Short Leash Dogs Truck, which is famous for concocting crazy combinations of hotdogs. One especially innovative menu item is called “The Bear,” and it features a hot dog topped with peanut butter, cracker jacks, bacon, and gouda cheese. If you’re not daring enough to try one of their creations, you have the option to customize your own. For those cutting out carbs, you can order your hot dog “naked,” without the buns. Another popular food truck is the Hey Joy Filipino Street Food Truck. Winner of the New Times’ Best of Phoenix 2012, this truck is serving up traditional Filipino dishes like Lumpia (ground pork egg rolls) and Lechon Kawali (a pork belly dish that has been braised and deep fried). For dessert a must-try food truck is the Torched Goodness Truck which dedicates itself solely to serving variations of crème brulee, some tasty options are the sea-salted caramel and cappuccino flavors. If you’re in Phoenix and ready to get tasting, use our interactive site map to find your next food truck.