Five Cincinnati Food Trucks You Should Visit This Summer

Photograph courtesy of J'S FISH TACOS

From burgers to tacos to salmon and grits, these kitchens on wheels offer something delicious for everyone. Make sure these five food trucks are at the top of your to-do list this summer.

Bangin Burgers

With a bang in every bite, this scrumptious food truck is committed to serving some of the best burgers around. Options are affordable, with burgers ranging from $5 to $7, and vegetarians can even indulge with a grilled portabella sandwich. The truck is frequently parked in Northside at 4016 Hamilton Ave., and updates on relocation are posted to the truck’s Facebook page. Doordash delivery is available.

Cheese N Chong

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Cheese N Chong

This colorful food truck evokes a relaxed, hippie vibe with a delicious menu to boot. Specializing in unique twists on grilled cheese and soup, Cheese N Chong offers other classics like their spicy Tex-Mex Chili. This truck is often found at Municipal Brew Works in Hamilton, but a daily street food finder is listed on their website.

No Pork On My Fork

This food stand has it all: salmon and grits for breakfast, grilled chicken or fish tacos for lunch, and hearty cheesesteak and club sandwiches for dinner. At 1669 California Ave., No Pork On My Fork offers a varying selection of meals—including salmon as the recurring star—that alternates depending on the day of the week. Schedules and menus are posted to Facebook regularly.

J’s Fish Tacos

If you’re searching for summertime staples like lemon grilled shrimp and beer battered cod, as well as exciting new offerings such as honey wasabi salmon, look no further than J’s Fish Tacos. This food truck is wheeling its stark design and bold flavors across the Greater Cincinnati area, primarily operating in the late afternoon. Updates are posted to the truck’s Facebook page.

J’s Fish Tacos

Photograph courtesy of J'S FISH TACOS

Quite Frankly

“Quarter-pound all-beef franks, mad crazy mountainous toppings of goodness, creative sandwiches, and fortune tellers”—that’s how the team behind Quite Frankly Food Truck describes their business on social media. Cleverly named franks (My Cousin Vinny and Twisted Sister) are featured alongside grilled sandwiches and sides like coleslaw and pasta salad. The truck will be parked at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital on July 21 and August 18.

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