Best Food Trucks For Drinks (Slideshow)

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Who says food trucks have to be about food?

Brewtruck, San Francisco

The “world’s first mobile taproom and beer lounge” serves up 6 varieties of artisanal craft beer to up to 20 guests. Patrons can lounge at the beautiful walnut and copper bar or on soft leather bench seats. This is a far cry from the city bus. 

Coolhaus, New York, LA, and Austin

These trucks are known for their ice cream sandwiches, but you shouldn’t miss the snohetta, which is a scoop of gourmet ice cream over house made hot chocolate. 


Juicebox, Los Angeles

Their website claims that a 16 ounce juice from this sunny California juice truck contains 3 pounds of fresh fruits and veggies. Offerings like the Alohabox — pineapple, coconut water, cayenne, and lime — sound like a delicious way to drink your vitamins. 

King of Pops, Atlanta

These are not your grocery store popsicles! King of Pops uses wholesome fruits and natural sweeteners to make unusual but tasty treats that come in flavors like creamy avocado and Herbs de Provence lemonade.  

Aiko Pops, Denver

Who says dessert has to be completely sweet? Aiko Pops likes to blur the lines between entrée and dessert with odd but delicious sounding offerings like pineapple jalapeno, cherimoya, and apple wasabi. 


Leblon Caipirinha Truck, Location Varies

This bright yellow party truck pops up at festivals around the country serving up caipirinha, Brazil’s national cocktail, made with sugar cane hard liquor. It’s a crowd favorite, and you can find out when the truck will be nearest you on the company’s website.  

Rockberry, Los Angeles

Rockberry’s friendly food truck specializes in acai bowls, which layer smoothie-like fruit blends with fresh, local fruit and granola. 

Mocha Medic, Seattle

The baristas in the Mocha Medic ambulance take “can’t survive without coffee” literally, serving everything from Hershey mochas to Italian Sodas in their emergency vehicle-turned-coffee stand.  


Moovers and Shakers, Nashville

They bill themselves as a mobile soda parlor where customers can get old-fashioned root beer floats and shakes in a cool, new fashioned mobile food truck. 

Nectar, Atlanta

Recently chosen as one of the healthiest food trucks in America by The Huffington Post, Nectar is also one of the most delicious. They serve freshly made juice blends made from acai, coconut, flax, and gingko along side fresh soups, salads, and paninis.