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Feast your eyes on our St. Pete food truck guide

From empanadas to wood-fired pizzas, the Burg’s got it all.

A chef loads a pizza into a wood-fired oven and other cooked pizzas sit next to the oven.

Find Cipolla Rossa at spots like Bandit and Mezzo Market.

The Burg is well-known for its funky, local spots — and its food truck scene is no slouch. We rounded up just a taste of the local offerings, so you can bookmark this guide for your next late-night craving.

Editor’s note: These mobile eateries are always on the go, so we recommend checking each truck’s schedule online to find out where it’s parked.

  • Funnel Vision Food Truck | If you can fry it, they’ve tried it. This food truck is a night owl fave for fried Oreos, Battered Birds (chicken and waffles), and its “Nashville” Hot Chicken Baskets.
  • Sweet Island Snow | Cool off from the Florida rays with a spot of shaved ice or ice cream (or both) from this food truck. Plus, there’s build your own options — basically the choose your own adventure of summertime.
  • Fo’Cheezy Food Truck | It’s a St. Pete staple for a reason. The mobile grilled cheese joint’s menu is stacked with dairy delight, like the Parmageddon + Mac N’ Rib, plus wings, loaded tots, and sweet treats.
  • Porchettoni Food Truck | A true slice of Rome on the streets of St. Pete, Porchettoni delivers porchetta platters and sandwiches, chicken parm sandwiches, and other Italian dishes to sweeten your lunch hour.
  • St. Pete Taco Lady | Feast on mahi-mahi or shrimp tacos, quesadillas, spicy slaw, rice and beans, and even more taco goodness straight from this Mexican + American inspired spot.
  • Heavy’s | The self-proclaimed “mobile soul food extravaganza” has brought smothered pork chops, macaroni, beef short ribs, collard greens, and other faves to the TBAY area for the past 30+ years.
  • Latin Lunch Box | Feast on fresh Puerto Rican flavors at this local food truck, from avocado salad to empanadas.
  • Cipolla Rossa | There’s always a line to score handmade pies at this popular food truck with its own mobile wood-fired pizza oven.
  • Twisted Indian | This Sunshine City truck — which also boasts a brick and mortar Central Avenue location — serves Indian food with a modern twist. Think Naanwiches, Curritos, Yogi fries, and tacos.

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