One of Americaâ€™s oldest cities is no newbie to the food truck revolution. Hartford is the home of the annual Connecticut Food Truck Festival in August, and Hartford has its own Prospect Street Eats Festival in May. The political hub is home to several college students and green parks, making it the perfect hub for food trucks as well. Foodies rejoice at the three-day Riverfest Food Truck Festival, where attendees can try the regionâ€™s best mobile food accompanied by live entertainment, libations, family-friendly activities, and fireworks. On any given day, you may find Hartfordâ€™s Agave Canteen, which is a fiesta on wheels, dishing out the most authentic tacos and quesadillas on the East Coast. Another Hartford canâ€™t-miss is a Tedâ€™s Restaurant world famous steamed cheeseburger, which started as a brick-and-mortar spot in 1959 but has entered the 21st century with its shiny truck zipping around downtown.