Offering a unique array of fusion ideas, it’s easy to see why this taco stand makes our list. Featuring everything from slow-roasted pork tacos with hoisin sauce and Thai slaw to grilled portabello mushroom tacos and more traditional options, Taco de Paco’s commitment to local and fresh produce really shows. You can follow them @TacodePaco (https://twitter.com/tacodepaco) to see where they’ll be next.
If you’re looking for the same kind of creative cultural collisions, but would rather get it with crepes, you’re in luck! GoYaYa’s sweet and savory options feature everything from Cuban to Vietnamese options. With the same commitment to fresh ingredients, you’ll be happy to run into this sight for empty stomachs. After you follow them, you can keep up with their whereabouts @GOyayas (https://twitter.com/GOyayas).
The Kolache Kitchen’s Rolling Pin
If you’ve been fortunate enough to run into this friendly trailer filled with traditionally sweet and savory Czech pastries, empanadas, and tacos, you’ll know why they’ve been making an impression around town. On top of their two in-house locations, they’ve put some of their classic offerings on city wheels. Whether you’re looking for BBQ brisket, smoked sausage, vegetarian options, or sweet apricot and raspberry, you’re bound to find something that fits the bill. You can follow them on @Kolache_Kitchen (https://twitter.com/Kolache_Kitchen/) for updates about daily deals and where they’ll be next.
How about you? Have you been seeing different food trucks in the Baton Rouge area? What are some of the different food trucks you’re the most excited about? What kind of food trucks do you wish would start popping up in the neighborhood? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!