WNY Food Truck Review Guide

City Guide, Food & Drink


Written by Emily Morrow

Published on May 4, 2015

Food Trucks in Buffalo

Apparently the Western New York food truck scene can’t stop, won’t stop. Frankly, there are too many popping up and disappearing to keep track – just know there are a lot. With opening day of Food Truck Tuesday, a popular weekly event starting tomorrow as our inspiration, we decided to gather the food truck reviews we’ve done over the past year for you to peruse and use to devise a plan. For a full list of food trucks, check out Buffalo Eats’ comprehensive guide here. To learn all about Food Truck Tuesday check out our recent post on 4 reasons why you’ll love it.


Food Truck Reviews

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Written by <a href="" target="_self">Emily Morrow</a>

Written by Emily Morrow

Emily is co-founder and Director of Storytelling at Step Out Buffalo. Her favorite things to do are eat, travel, and think up business ideas. Emily is originally from Hamburg, NY and her out of town friends will tell you that she loves to talk about Buffalo any chance she gets.
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