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Mobile Morsels

Gourmet grub on the go!



COURTESY OF MARKS THE SPOT

Michelin may be synonymous with world-class dining, but you can keep the stars. We’ll take the tires—thanks to gourmet grub on the go from our favorite trucks, trailers, and carts.

 

Parked Regularly

Tacos Garcia –The best fish tacos you’ll ever have, and at only $2 apiece, need we say more? Yountville and Napa, (707) 980-4896.
PHAT Salads & Wraps – Delicacies du jour come tossed or wrapped for lunch. Various Napa locations, phatsalads.com.

 

On the Move

Awful Falafel – Lebanese street food as good as it gets. awfultruck.com.
Crossroad Chicken – Oven-roasted, free-range chickens keep loyalists sated. crossroadchix.com.
Dim Sum Charlie’s – Locals love the dumplings served over ramen noodles. (Bonus: vegan and gluten-free alternatives.) dimsumcharlies.com.
Fish On! Chips – Seafood with a sense of humor thanks to the Frying Nemo, Holy Mackerel, and CodFather specialties. fishonchips.com.
Marks the Spot – Sink your teeth into Oooh Girl fried chicken sliders followed by dessert. marksthespottruck.com.
Ultra Crepes – Nosh on some Nutella or grub on Gruyère with savory and sweet variations. ultracrepes.com.

 

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