Attention please, it is time to take a look at 22 of the most buzzed-about food trucks across the United States. After bursting onto the American culinary scene a few years back, it's kind of a weird time for food trucks. In New York, people are speculating whether this is the end of the food truck era, while cities from Los Angeles to Dallas to Minneapolis and beyond seem to be experiencing a slowing of food truck growth. In many cities, food truck owners are focusing instead on opening up brick-and-mortar businesses. And in other cities, such as Chicago, food truck business is still hampered by legal battles. That said, there's certainly no shortage of food trucks on American roads. The following trucks — listed alphabetically, please note — have all opened over the last twelve months and are garnering some serious acclaim.
These include a boom of sorts of food trucks tricked out with their own pizza ovens, such as those in Boston (Stoked Wood Fired Pizza Co), Dallas (Bellatrino), or Minneapolis (WildEarth WoodFired). Elsewhere in Texas, Austin has a couple of new trailers — conveniently located adjacent to one another — run by alums of the much-loved Ramen Tatsu-Ya (Kyoten and Patakon), while Houston's Goro & Gun has relaunched the food truck that started it all (The Modular). Former Border Grill chef Mike Minor is also offering a pretty epic take on "urban hipster" barbecue in Las Vegas (Truck-U Barbeque), while the classically trained Wes Avila is knocking food critics' socks off with his take on tacos in LA (Guerrilla Tacos). Here now, the full map: