Seven Food Trucks for Your Wedding

Want to give your guests a fun food experience? Try a truck!
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Chicken Mac Truck: Classic and loaded macaroni and cheese, topped with shredded chicken in a range of sauce flavors. Turn up the heat with spicy, buffalo, or honey sriracha. chickenmactruck.com

Dojo Gelato: Handcrafted-from-scratch, Italian-style gelato in uncommon flavor combos like ginger and dark chocolate or sweet cream and honeycomb. Bonus? Most flavors are gluten-free. dojogelato.com

Harvest Mobile Cuisine: Fresh approachable foods prepared from local farmers’ market ingredients. The menu changes slightly on a weekly basis, depending on the truck’s locale. harvestmobilecuisine.com

Just Jerks Ena’s Jamaican Grill: Caribbean-fusion comfort food—including fajita sliders, jerk chicken, beans and rice, and fried plantains—that brings the bold flavors of the islands. thatsjerk.com

Kaimelsky’s: Chicago- and New York-style hot dogs (with all the fixings), gourmet sausages, and beef and veggie burgers. Nothing quite says “let your hair down” like cookout food. kaimelskys.com

SEA Cuisine: Southeast Asian staples like pho, banh mi sandwiches, and bulgogi, along with tacos and an ever-so-refreshing green papaya salad, served up in a jiffy. facebook.com/seacuisinefoodtruck

Slice Slice Baby: New York-style cheese and pepperoni ’za by the slice. Because sometimes a late-night pie is simply the perfect way to cap off the evening. sliceslicebabypizza.com

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