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Best Food Trucks

The signature pork belly buns make Flying Pig one of the Top 10 Food Trucks in Los Angeles

Gourmet food trucks have become a fixture on the gastronomic landscape of many American cities. There are trucks fusing together cuisines of all kinds (Lomo Arigato's Japanese-Peruvian fare and Kogi's Mexican-Korean barbecue, to name a few), along with trucks for cupcakes, hot dogs, and ice cream made with mascarpone and balsamic fig. If there’s a niche, most likely there's a truck for it. Meanwhile, dozens of traditional Mexican taco trucks continue to dish up regional tacos and burritos to all walks of life in an array of neighborhoods.

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Also, check out the Top 5 Food Trucks in the U.S.

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New York Food Trucks Opening Brick-and-Mortar Restaurants

The History of Food Trucks

Detroit's First Food Truck: Jacques' Tacos

The Green Truck: Eco-conscious Cafes-on-Wheels

The Legal Struggles Facing Food Trucks

The dining room of Jean-Georges restaurant in New York City, one of GAYOT's Top 40 Restaurants in the U.S.

(Updated: 08/3/12 JH)

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FIESTA TIMEAt the Top 10 Mexican Restaurants in the U.S., you can tuck into handmade tacos, Tex-Mex classics or haute interpretations from celebrity chefs.