Brunch – a time for those who aren’t quite the crack of dawn early risers and for those with stomachs that seem to rumble just a bit louder than normal before the average lunch time. If you happen to fall into one of those categories, we have some trucks that can provide you with great breakfast eats and a little something in between to hold you over until your next meal.
Eastman Egg Company is a Chi-town based food truck that is serving up breakfast sandwiches and bowls full of an array of quality, all-natural ingredients including farm eggs, country ham, homemade sauces, and veggies all on fresh French ciabatta or pretzel rolls. And if you’re someone who just needs a few bites to get them going, pair any of the seasonal sides with a cup of specialty roasted iced or drip coffee.
Eggs Travaganza is a breakfast cart that is serving up a Mexi-Western fusion of goods around the Big Apple. If you’re looking for a traditional breakfast go with their Breakfast Deluxe, 3 homemade pancakes, with 2 eggs and your choice of meat, but if you’re looking to spice it up a bit try the Mexican wrap that is stuffed with eggs, grilled onion, peppers, Mexican potatoes and chorizo fresco!
New to the food truck scene, Brunch Boys Truck has been serving the Sacramento area restaurant-quality meals inspired by San Francisco’s brunch culture. Run by a Le Cordon Bleu graduate and an aspiring lawyer, expect nothing less than a high-end experience and a display of passion in every bite from their menu items. If you’re ever in California’s capital, be sure to stop and try their chicken and waffle sandwich consisting of fried chicken, egg, provolone, and spicy bacon aioli on a Belgian waffle.
Outta My Huevos is Charleston’s first breakfast truck that’s operated by a duo looking to combine their passions for business and food through simple straightforward dishes. You can catch them serving anything from huevos rancheros and cheddar grits to carnitas tacos and an old-fashioned burgers.
With a total of four different carts and trucks roaming around the city of New York – in addition to their brick-and-mortar locations – there is no way any sane foodie should pass up the opportunity to indulge in the deliciousness that is Wafels and Dinges. Waffles being Belgian waffles and Dinges being any decadent topping you could possibly imagine, including pulled pork, bacon, chili or spekuloos, ice cream, and dulce de leche. If those dinges don’t get your tastebuds tingling, which we’re sure they will, there’s plenty more where those came from.