The food cart revolution just keeps on going—and getting wonderfully wackier. The newest spin: vehicles designed to serve a single perfect food
Specialty: Local, responsibly harvested oysters, spot prawns, and other delicacies from the Pacific, cooked in a brushed-aluminum trailer powered by the vegetable-oil waste from the truck’s fryers.
Snag a seat: The luckiest customers dine on the trailer’s tiny built-in patio (it seats six). “My idea was to use every little inch for some kind of efficiency,” says owner Josh Wolfe. “We’re making sustainable seafood more accessible by charging less than a restaurant would.”