For those craving a sweet treat or handcrafted, farm-to-fork fare, Lubbock boasts a myriad of delectable food trucks ranging from international cuisine to fan-favorite Texas BBQ. Whether it’s at the Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market or while enjoying a pint of locally crafted brews on the Two Docs Brewing Co. patio, visitors can experience over 60 mouthwatering food trucks across the city!
The perfect afternoon treat made with fresh ingredients, this food truck offers a dessert and a show rolled into one! Follow @806.roll.n.go on social media to stay up to date on their current location.
For over three years, Anderson’s Grill has been roaming savory food across the city. You can’t miss the flames around town as they travel from location to location. To find out where they are located today, follow @andersons__grill on social media.
On the hunt for a dish of authentic Filipino, Mexican or traditional BBQ? Look no further! Angel Star Food Truck is a staple among Wolfforth Farmers Market frequents. The Filipino plate with Pancit (rice noodles), pork skewer, and spring rolls is a fan favorite.
Believe it or not, Arctic N7 Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream is silkier than regular ice cream and you can feel the difference in the first bite. Don’t walk, run to Follow @lbk_arctic_n7 on social for the latest flavors and locations!
Indulge in wood fired perfection at Bella J’s this weekend. Guests are able to build their own pizza or pick from one of the signature deep dishes featured on the menu. Follow @bellajstx to drool over all of the options!
Bringing the atmosphere of the Australian beach to Lubbock one acai bowl at a time! Craft your smoothie bowl from start to finish at this Lubbock gem. Adding a healthy option to the 806 food truck scene, be sure to see where they’re serving bowls next.
A true master of their craft, Brosky’s Pizza serves Neapolitan style wood-fired pizza each weekend at the Wolfforth Farmers Market. Follow @broskys_pizza for more information!
The ultimate comfort food, Bubba & Brey’s puts an urban twist on a traditional meal. All the nostalgia vibes flow with each bite into the ooey, gooey grilled cheese accompanied by a specialty drink. Follow @bubba_breys_grilledcheese to peruse through their menu of delectable sandwiches showcasing a variety of cheeses.
What started as a Texas Tech student’s dream has turned into a booming business, landing the owner a storefront in 2023. Caffeination Station is serving some of Lubbock’s most unique coffee creations with merch for purchase as well. Track down the food truck for an early morning drink or a mid-day pick-me-up!
Carlitos Way serves up Puerto Rican and Caribbean Cuisine with a West Texas twist. Follow @carlitos_way_foods_ to find the truck parked at a location near you!
At Chopped and Sliced BBQ, meat lovers are given the full wild West Texas experience. Each perfectly seasoned cut of meat is accompanied with sauce so sweet and spicy, you’ll be coming back for more.. Follow @choppedand_sliced_bbq on Instagram!
Whether you are a pineapple on pizza type of person or not, Crusty’s serves a diverse menu of pizza all from the window of their fan-favorite truck.We recommend putting your tastebuds to the test and ordering the green chilli pizza, as it is known to pack the heat. Follow @crustys_pizza for a gallery of aesthetic pizza shots.
With a mission to create both healthy and tasty sweets, D’Lites churns ice cream that is low in sodium, sugar, fat and carbohydrates, giving those with a sweet tooth the taste and texture desired without all of the extra ingredients. Follow @dliteslubbock for a guilt-free option to indulge in.
These pops have fresh ingredients and are perfect for all events, family outings, birthday parties, or just that midday craving. Follow @frioslubbock for a sneak peek to all the flavors!
The Chief of Grub Gauntlet packs years of experience in each bite of sausage, brisket or ribs to bring you some of the best barbecue in West Texas. For more information, gollow @grubgauntlet on Instagram!
We have three words: fair style lemonade. I don’t know about y’all, but one of the main staples that attracts us to the South Plains Fair every September is the 48 oz. of delicious, sweet, lemonade. Our mouths are watering thinking about the sugar crystals coating the lemons floating among the ice. At Hi Jo’s Lemonade Express, our favorite drink is available year round. Follow @hijoslemonade for location and hour details!
At Hill BBQ, smoking meat is a work of art. Pair each basket of premier, hand crafted and smoked meat with your favorite side. Options range from creamy mac and cheese to potato salad. Follow @hill_barbecue for a treat to your feed!
If there is one thing Lubbock does best, its barbecue. This sentiment rings true at J&D BBQ. Choose from sandwiches, plates, or wraps to conquer any hearty craving.
A Mobile Farmers market with grown vegetables, farm fresh eggs and farm raised meats, Juicy Lucy’s Veggies offer a bountiful harvest with every visit.. Follow @juicylucysveggies for more information about what is in season.
Channel your inner cookie monster and create your own cookie sandwich at Kurbside Sweets. Who says you have to pick between a cookie or ice cream? Kurbside Sweets boasts the best of both worlds! You can find this sweet treat on Instagram and Facebook @kurbsidesweets. Bon Apetit!
One cup of Katie’s Fresh Squeezed Lemonade is not enough. Katie’s features an extensive menu that features items like the signature fresh squeezed lemonade followed with slow smoked brisket and pulled pork. It’s a true southern delight! Follow @katiesfreshsqueezedlemonade for hours and location details.
We in Texas know a little snow can make a big impact and at Kona Ice of South Lubbock this frozen treat is sure to stop you in your tracks. From sugar and dye free syrups to a wide selection of flavors, there is no shortage of snow at this food truck! Follow @konaiceofsouthlubbock for more.
At La Picosita, a family-and-community-first mentality is what drives this food truck to success. Each item on the menu is handcrafted with love. Stop by the local hot spot for a taste of authentic Mexican cuisine.
Female owned by a second generation Cuban, Llano Cubano is focused on giving Luboock a taste of Cuba – Food truck style. When it comes to grilled sandwiches, Llano Cubano has it down to a science. Fresh to order and pressed to perfection, these sandwiches are a must-try. Pair your order with their fresh squeezed lemonade to make this truck a straight up addiction. Give @llanocubano a follow to check out their weekly schedule.
Since opening in early 2021, Mai Thai Kitchen has quickly become a favorite in the “Hub City.” Enjoy Thai food that is made from scratch and family owned. We recommend an order of spring rolls to pair with the drunken noodles! Be sure to visit @MaiThaiLBK for daily food truck locations.
Mi Kocina is serving up homemade Tex-Mex made fresh daily for breakfast or lunch! Whether you are looking for a midday break or a caterer for your next event, this local favorite has you covered.
One scroll through Mijo’s social media will have you making lunch plans ASAP. A unique twist on Tex-Mex, Mijo’s offers its customers plates of barbecue brisket and Mexican cuisine alike. We recommend ordering a cup of Brolote, or channel your inner Red Raider and taste the Raider Nachos. Each dish is enough to keep the regulars coming back for more.
Now serving ice cream! Nick’s is a nonprofit organization committed to serving delicious shaved ice while also serving the community. At this shaved ice paradise, customer service goes above and beyond. Follow @nicksshavediceparadise on social media for a little flurry in your feed.
Burgers, fries and far out good vibes! Anyone who has bit into a burger so perfectly crafted understands the true feeling of nirvana. At Nirvana Burger, each taste of these gourmet handhelds will put you on cloud nine. Follow @nirvana_burger_lbk for updates.
Visions of cilantro, onion and lime garnished on top of perfectly seasoned carne asada dance in our head when we hear Now We Taco’n has hit the road. Looking for a delicious meal at a reasonable price, the $1 taco on Taco Tuesday has got you covered. Follow @now_we_tacon_ for the latest updates on food truck hours and location.
Have you ever tasted egg rolls so good they should be illegal? Now you can at Outlaw Egg Rolls! Where Texas meets Asia, this food truck is a veteran owned business that specializes in fusion egg rolls. Follow @outlaweggrolls for a delicious treat to your social media!
Once look at this yellow trailer driving down Loop 289 will have your tastebuds craving Pete’s Cookin. At Pete’s, you can’t go wrong ordering your favorite dish as every menu item is the right choice. We recommend the Pete’s Fire and Ice Burger, a traditional burger with all the fixins including bacon, jalapenos and topped with a fried egg. Trust us when we say this burger is iconic. Follow @petes_cookin for location updates.
Located around town, Red’s Fruit Cups and More is the ideal truck to enjoy a refreshing sweet treat while perusing the farmers market, local nursery or art festival. The ideal side to any meal, each fruit cup compliments other menu items including burgers or the signature tacos.
In Lubbock, we live by the saying, “any time is a good time for an empanada.” Inspired by Puerto Rico where the local schools sold fritters to students, Rico Empanadas is giving the students at Texas Tech University and locals alike the history and delicious tastes of Puerto Rico with each homemade empanada, cheese dog and unique dessert!
From pad Thai, egg rolls and fried rice, Siam Foodie Cafe plates authentic Thai food in their Lubbock-based food truck. Follow Siam on Facebook for more information regarding location and hours of operation.
Street Sweets brings the taste of the South Plains Fair to its customers all year long. From the infamous fair fresh Squeezed Lemonade and kettle corn to the sugary cotton candy and shaved ice, follow @streetsweetslbk on social media to get your greasy fair food fix that is sure to curb the cravings!
Whether you are looking to start your day with a coffee and baked good, or round it out with specialty Italian soda and ice cream, Swigs + Sweets is a great date option or early morning kickstart. Follow @swigsandsweetstx for a peek into the delectable menu.
For lunch today, consider trekking out to Taqueria La Patrona for a taco, burrito or torta (or all three, we don’t judge). Find this food truck on Facebook for details regarding location, hours and the menu!
From the grown-up grilled cheese to the Puerto Rican-inspired pork skewers Taste Buds Food Co. has something for everyone that promises to pack the flavor. Follow @taste_buds_food_co for changes in location and menu.
Bringing more than the California sunshine to West Texas, Taste of Cali offers an array of Los Angeles Street tacos, the Cali Burrito, multiple types of quesadillas and more. Follow @tasteofcali806 for more!
At The Little Blue Trailer, slow-cooked meat doused in the truck’s special sauce is as mouth watering as it sounds. Each cut of meat is perfectly cooked and wrapped in a warm tortilla. Follow @littlebluetrailer if you dare!
This food truck boxes up nostalgia and serves it best in a red tin box. In it, you will find classic breakfast options, lunch sandwiches and fresh cut fries. Catch them at the First Friday Art Trail or in various parking lots across the city.
With farm-to-trailer ingredients, fresh dishes are guaranteed at Urban Fixx. For the working professionals and families alike, all your favorite dishes are offered meal prep style in orders of seven, 30, or 90 meals. Follow @urbanfixx to place an order today!
The freshest slice you can find cooked right in front of you! From classic toppings to unique pizza creations, this food truck is one of Lubbock’s favs. Pro Tip: try the margherita!
Started by the wing king himself, Kirk Douglas, Wing King, LLC offers chicken wings in a variety of different flavors ranging from lemon pepper to Mighty Mexican.
The Yeti, also known as Troy, is now cooking and selling his famous barbecue! His smoked or grilled meats and gourmet side dishes will make any mouth water. Follow @yetisbbq as the menu changes periodically.
By: Maggi Gallaspy
By: Maggi Gallaspy
By: Visit Lubbock Interns
By: Maggi Gallaspy