The best of Providence's mobile cuisine

Truck nuts
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  June 10, 2011

Summer in Rhode Island traditionally means exploring the state, getting sunburned, and ironically (but totally seriously) drinking Mike’s Hard Lemonade. But now that meals-on-wheels mania has over-taken the capital city, it also means chasing down every food truck in town. Korean BBQ, vegan treats, hot dogs — any grub you require, there’s almost certainly a truck peddling it. (Be wary of any “free candy” truck, though.) These are the gems of this growing biz. If you’re already a regular at these places, sorry for the bigger line this time tomorrow. If you’re a rook, enjoy.

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Karen Krinsky and some happy customers

LIKE NO UDDER

Looking for “the world’s first all-vegan soft serve ice cream truck”? Then you’re looking for Like No Udder, whose fare is free of all animal products (including dairy, eggs, animal fats, and honey). The menu features vanilla and chocolate soft serve, shakes, floats, frozen slushies, and candy bars, plus vegan hot dogs and meatball subs at day-long events and festivals. You can’t beat a “guilt-free treat.” Call 401.419.8869 or hit like-no-udder.com for locations.

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