WAT THA TRUCK has established a respectable following after frequenting outdoor activities filled with hungry people. Now, they have regulars who order the same thing every time because it is delicious, and they never get enough of it. For that, WAT THA TRUCK is thankful, especially now that the restrictions resulting from COVID-19 has thinned the food truck patrons. But if you are selling delicious food like WAT THA TRUCK, business will continue and thrive.
Looking for “the best homemade tacos” in Waco, Texas? G&G Gary’s Grill offers authentically handcrafted Mexican food that’s out of this world.
This food truck is a crowd favorite and has a great selection of authentic Mexican food like their carnitas tacos and huaraches. Also, “you will love their homemade corn tortillas”, the freshness of the tortilla as a true culinary delight!
Located in downtown Waco, you can catch G&G’s food truck by following them on their Facebook page for updates on their whereabouts. You “could eat their tacos every day and no get tired of them!” It’s a definite must-try.
With “amazing food” and “great people”, Muchos Tacos serves a healthier version of street tacos without losing that “genuine Mexican flavor”.
Made right from scratch, their tacos are made with all-natural, locally sourced meats and fresh fruits. Muchos Tacos strives to make their tacos 100% fresh—with no artificial ingredients.
Their street taco tortillas are a must-stop “for a good bite”, at the Waco Downtown farmer’s market. To stay updated with their whereabouts, follow their main website.
Serving a great selection of freshly made street tacos and salsas, their food is a great option for those looking for authentically made tacos. Nothing compares!
Located in University Blvd in Round Rock, Texas, Agape Eats provides food that can satisfy all vegans out there! They offer a wide array of plant-based foods that are gluten-free, soy-free, and even allergen-free! All their cruelty-free and super healthy foods are made from organic produce sourced locally.
When it comes to vegan food stores, the options can be rather limited. This is not a case with Agape Eats, they offer an assortment of options that are “thoughtfully prepared in order to gain the most nutrients”.
Looking for a new vegan place to try? Stop by and try out their sustainably made food that can cater to any cravings. Their “burgers are a must-try!”
Whirly Cones offers traditional Hungarian chimney cones called Kurtokalacas. These amazing looking street food pastries are dough cones baked and then coated with decadent flavors and toppings.
After seeing these chimney cones go viral online, Whirly Cones’ owner got inspired and wanted to bring her own twist on the much-beloved treat. Today, Whirly Cones is a Transylvanian dessert truck serving in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
“This dessert is worth the try as every take into the crunchy crispy outer layer is softened by the pillow-like texture within”. It is an absolutely mouthwatering experience that is super duper “original and yummy!”
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