The return of Food Truck Tuesdays in Larkinville could be called the unofficial start of summer. It’s hard to imagine that just a decade ago, there were zero food trucks roaming the streets of Buffalo. Today, the local food truck scene is a diverse lot of flavors and styles. So head down to this Tuesday tradition for live music, great company and fare from dozens of regional food trucks, including these 10 trucks making their debut for Larkin’s 2019 season:
From the creators of Rochester’s Tuscan Wood Fired Pizza truck, Craft Crepes is bringing sweet and savory delights to the land of Larkin. As this truck is just getting its wheels on the ground, keep an eye on their page for a full menu of offerings.
Slinging full racks of ribs, pulled pork, BBQ-roasted chicken, grilled fish and burgers, with all the sides you could ask for, Big Ed’s is big-time BBQ, right here in Buffalo. Get ready to get your money’s worth, as there’s no skimping on portions here!
Coming straight from Rochester, Wraps on Wheels is bundling up your favorite flavors in a warm tortilla and serving them up speedy quick. Try their cranberry blue chicken wrap, Philly cheesesteak wrap, and an ode to the mighty wing – a Buffalo chicken wrap.
Soup’s not just for the cold weather months! Sure, Souped Up ladles out bowlfuls of traditional soups and stews, but they’ve been known to get a little out-there, too – with soup versions of your favorite foods like cheeseburger, stuffed banana pepper, and dill pickle.
From the islands of the Caribbean to your mouth, Caribbean Flava offers specialty dishes like jerk chicken, curry chicken, fried plantains and traditional rice and beans.
Cupcakes. Lots of cupcakes. Indulge your sweet tooth by chomping into these bite-sized pastries with decadent flavors like german chocolate, sweet potato pie and chocolate maple bacon.
Saucing everything in sight from wings, to burgers and fries, Mad Sauces has over 20 sauces stashed on their truck. Try some “normal” options like cajun, honey garlic and lemon pepper or go wild with flavors like pineapple glaze, peach mango stinger or ghost pepper ranch.
Rollin’ into the BUF from the ROC, Rollin’ Deep might be the first bubble tea truck at Food Truck Tuesdays. Get your fix with over a dozen fresh fruit flavors ready to sip.
A Rochester legend for ice cream, Lugia’s has an army of trucks roaming the streets serving cold cones with hot fudge. Now, one of those trucks is finally coming to Larkin Square. Two scoops? Make it three.
This brick-and-mortar Mediterranean hotspot is taking to the streets in 2019. Souvlaki, shawarma and cous cous are on the menu when this truck rolls into Larkin Square.