There’s nothing better than the feeling of passing by your favorite food truck! Seeking out your favorite meal on wheels can almost become a treasure hunt!

Haskel’s Deli

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I am a Haskel’s Deli stan. The pastrami that Jon creates is absolutely amazing, and has quickly become one of my favorite food trucks in the city, despite being new(er)! Jon is innovative and creates fun options like pastrami fried rice, schnitzel double downs, and more. You can’t go wrong with a fun special, or with the tried and true pastrami sandwich. Track the truck here!

Knockabout Coffee

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For one of my favorite coffees in the ‘burgh, you’ll have to track down Knock About Coffee! Knock About Coffee has delicious, seasonal lattes and teas. Best of all, Knock About Coffee offers oat milk options for those who are dairy-free! The truck often has a fun baked goods selection from local bakers. Alyssa, the owner, is so sweet, and there are puppuccinos available as well.  Check out the truck’s weekly schedule via Instagram!

Mister Bulgogi

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If you’re lucky enough to catch Mister Bulgogi out and about, you definitely need to try their bulgogi bowls. Bulgogi is a Korean dish of thinly sliced, marinated beef that is grilled, or pan-fried. Mister Bulgogi’s comes as a rice bowl, with dumplings. They also offer chicken, tofu, and more! Find where their truck is going here!

Sinkers & Suds

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Imagine the best donuts you’ve ever had– fresh, sticky with glaze– and shrink them down. Sinkers & Suds is the perfect dessert to share with friends! They offer different glazes for their tiny donuts. You can find where to try these donuts for yourself by following the truck’s Instagram!

What’s your go-to food truck in the city? Comment below, I’d love to check it out! 

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Sophia Chang

Sophia is a Pittsburgh transplant who has lived in the Steel City for the last 9 years. She's passionate about food, and spends her free time sharing what it's like living (and eating!) as an Asian-American woman in Pittsburgh. You can find her exploring new restaurants, making foodie friends, and trying all the different bubble tea shops in the city.

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