Want to be the hero your neighborhood needs right now? Bring a food truck!
We’ve figured out which food trucks are able to do this and all you need to do is make sure your HOA is cool with bringing a food truck, contact the food truck to arrange a date and time, and then tell alllll your neighbors. Most neighborhoods have a Facebook page or email list so that’s a good way to tell them. Or make signs – everyone loves signs. And food. Everyone loves good food, too.
Looking for more to-go food options? Here’s a list of our reader’s favorite curbside pick up and delivery options in Greenville!
Food Trucks that Can Come to Your Neighborhood
Tacos for dayz. Give it a try.
American street food with a crazy delicious Thai twist.
Small batch ice cream and ice cream sandwiches.
Cheesesteaks, cheeseburgers, bacon.
This food truck is all about Mediterranean cuisine so they have burgers, falafal, pitas, kebabs.
They have pizza by the slice or you can even preorder from their menu and the truck will bring it to your neighborhood when they come to sell the pizza.
They serve chicken wings and hot, melty poutine with crispy fries covered in brown gravy with cheese curds.
Tots, mac & cheese, specialty quesadillas, custom hot dogs, and wraps.
The food truck for the restaurant empire of Table 301, they are making the rounds all over the Upstate to various neighborhoods. Their menu changes so check their Facebook page for the latest offerings. Email [email protected] to get them to come to your neighborhood.
Burgers on buttery buns. Delicious. Credit/debit card only.
The mobile food truck of the famous Henry’s Smokehouse, which serves up excellent BBQ. Contact [email protected] to get a date for them to come to your neighborhood.
Flatbreads, lettuce wraps, grilled chicken. All delicious.
They are known for lobster dogs and stuffed avocados.
Southwest food like pulled pork, tacos, and chips & salsa.
Pretty much says what you get in the name.
They offer a signature Angus beef slider, perfectly seasoned mac & cheese, and seasonal sides.
They service nachos with bbq pork, smoked chicken, black bean burger, Asada steak, or shrimp picante as well as tacos and chicken wraps.
They’ve won awards at Fall for Greenville for their Kingston Nachos and Hawaiian Grilled Cheese.
More than 100 flavors of shaved ice. Perfect for hot days.
Amazing ice cream and milk shakes. Don’t pass up this one.
More than 40 pound cake flavors plus homemade ice cream sandwiches.
Pound cake that comes in a truck. Pound cake, people. He has made his perfect banana pudding pound cake for 20 years. It’s that good.
They serve up Nathan’s all beef hot dogs and Light Life Vegan dogs.
Authentic Cuban sandwiches and dishes like roast pork, empanadas, and grilled chicken breast.
Authentic Mexican cuisine that people all around Greenville rave about.
They offer snow cones, cotton candy, popcorn, and snacks.
They serve up awesome Korean fusion cuisine.
Pulled pork or BBQ chicken sandwiches plus desserts like a jumbo chocolate chip cookie or banana pudding. The whole shebang.
This is one of my favorite Greenville restaurants because they have the best BBQ sauces and (in my opinion) some truly delicious meat dishes. Request them to come to your neighborhood using this form.
Classic Italian ice all the way.
Fresh & delicious tacos are their specialty.
Tacos, quesadillas, tortas, salads, and burritos are all on board the Taco Brothers truck.
Based in Spartanburg, this truck will pretty much go anywhere and bring their delicious food like pimento cheese, chicken salad, and cajun shrimp salad.
Gourmet shaved ice is their deal. Email [email protected] to have them come to your neightborhood.
Authentic Chinese food and handmade dumplings. Get your carb fix here.
Longest running food truck in the Upstate that serves fresh and delicious cuisine like bacon mac & cheese and tacos. Contact them at [email protected].
Hot dogs, sausage dawgs, chicken wings, and pound cake or cheesecake. It’s what’s for dinner.
A traveling cafe. Have coffee come to you.
BBQ beans, pork ribs, brisket. All the good stuff.
Have you seen any food trucks in neighborhoods?