Hit n' Run (Houston) from Food Truck Names That Should Be Banned Slideshow

Food Truck Names That Should Be Banned Slideshow

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Hit n' Run (Houston)

Think Hit n' Run's name is over the top? How about the Houston food truck's slogan? "Killer Street Food." Roadkill, hit and runs, automobile death, and mayhem — all wrapped up in six words and a 27-foot 1973 Winnebago Chieftan that the folks behind it affectionately call “Winnie.”


The same playful spirit can be found on the Winnie's menu. There's the "Killer Burger" with "coked up onions" and the "Drunken Squealer," which sounds good: Shiner Bock-braised pulled pork, from-scratch cole slaw, sliced onions, pickles, and homemade habanero peach barbecue sauce on a "super soft onion bun." But their fish dish wins the best-name prize — “We Found Nemo” — a fish taco with Nemo spice and Nemo sauce. "You may now throw rocks at other fish tacos," their menu advises.