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Street Eats: Carts, Trikes, and Stands to Try Right Now

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While food trucks are the obvious source of grab-and-go street fare in the city, there are some less truck-like options as well: ice cream from a converted shipping container, Lebanese food from a trolley, burritos from a cart at a train station, and more. Some of these places have been around for decades while some are newcomers to the street food scene, but all of them are must-tries, especially now, while there's still a bit of good weather left.
Katie Chudy


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Churn2 Ice Cream

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Area Four Hot Dog Cart

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Daddy's Fried Dough

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Arepa Cart

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Karo's BBQ

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The Coffee Trike

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Campus Trolley

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Burritos and Tacos to Go!

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Lefty's Silver Cart

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Churn2 Ice Cream

[Photo: Joel Edinberg]

Area Four Hot Dog Cart

[Photo: Facebook]

Daddy's Fried Dough

[Photo: Facebook]

Arepa Cart

[Photo: Yelp]

Karo's BBQ

[Photo: Yelp]

The Coffee Trike

[Photo: Facebook]

Campus Trolley

[Photo: Yelp]

Burritos and Tacos to Go!

[Photo: Yelp]

Lefty's Silver Cart

[Photo: Yelp]

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