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We Brake For Food Trucks

Devilicious may be the only truck representing San Diego in the Food Network's Great Food Truck Race, but we're still lining up. Here, the best eats from six. Get in line.


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Best Latte
Aloha Latte ($3.75/$4.50)
Joe’s on the Nose

Proof that the only way to improve a mocha is with macadamia nut and coconut syrup, plus homemade coconut whipped cream on top. The caffeine and sugar rush is so intense, you’ll swear you have superpowers. joesonthenose.com
Best Sandwich
Butter-Poached Lobster
Grilled Cheese Sandwich ($9)

Devilicious
Big chunks of lobster smothered in mozzarella cheese, caramelized onion, and oven-roasted roma tomatoes between slices of sourdough bread with lobster butter. It’s good to be bad. deviliciousfoodtruck.com
Best Sweets
German Chocolate Cupcake ($3)
Sweet Treats Truck

A rich, chocolate cupcake topped with a snowball-sized portion of coconut and pecan frosting. Like two desserts in one! sweettreatstruck.com
Best Burger
MIHO Gastrotruck ($7.95)

MIHO gets top billing for burgers because their all-natural grass-fed beef patties are better quality than most restaurants', let alone the other food trucks. Toppings change regularly, but you’ll always get local, seasonal produce and some sort of fancy aioli. mihogastrotruck.com
Best BBQ
Super Q Brisket Melt ($6.99)
Super Q

A killer ‘which made with tasty Texas barbequed beef, melted cheddar, sautéed onions, and the kicker: a layer of macaroni and cheese! Yes, that just happened. superqfoodtruck.com/bbq
Best Comfort Food
Spaghetti and Meatballs ($9)
Mangia Mangia Mobile

Homemade spaghetti and meatballs in a rich marinara sauce. It’s the food equivalent of a big hug from Mama. mangiamangiamobile.com

 

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