301 University Dr. • abuomarhalal.com
Abu Omar Halal says its “shawarma speaks its own story, from the food streets of Middle East to your nearest stops in Texas!” The truck’s combinations of bread, rice and meat with the right amount of pickle and greens make it a Northgate favorite. Open for lunch, dinner and late night cravings.
979-204-6222 • alwayscravinpitbbq.com
Always Cravin’ Pit BBQ is a Brazos Valley-based pop-up BBQ and catering trailer. They frequently serve at Bryan, College Station, Navasota, and Brenham area weddings, family reunions, public events, or company meetings.
Big Dawg Barbecue came to College Station from Georgia barbecue country via Colorado. The food truck and catering company, which recently moved its base to Aggieland, is known for smoked meats like Georgia pulled pork, St. Louis pork ribs, and of course, Texas brisket.
979-676-7885 • blakessteaks.com
Blake’s Steaks Sandwich Shop‘s roots run to the roads of Brazos Valley and the Blake’s Steaks Food Truck. While they went bricks and mortar 2 years ago, the food truck is still rolling to community events and available for catering.
979-268-3251 • cheftai.com
Aggie Chef Tai Lee of Veritas, Paolo’s, Madden’s, and Urban Table fame can sometimes be found in his food truck, making sure catered events go smoothly and that lunch services deliver speedy service with quality at the truck’s regular campus and community stops.
979-324-0444 • firstname.lastname@example.org
The Crafty Pig Food Truck‘s claim to fame is “putting those BBQ style meats into a bevy of meals to tantalize your tastebuds. “Craving a big burger? They’ve got you covered with a hearty 1/2 lb. Texas Kobe beef burger, smothered in gouda cheese and their signature sauce. Want a hot dog with class and a little sass? The Backyard BBQ Sausage Dog is sure to please with smoked pork and beef sausage in a sweet bun, topped with pickled jalapeños and BBQ sauce. Tacos your thing? Chopped brisket tacos dressed in cilantro sour cream, ancho BBQ sauce, and cotija cheese are some kind of wonderful. For all this and so much more, find The Crafty Pig cruising in Bryan College Station or have them cater your next event.
512-925-6909 • email@example.com
DBQ Barbecue & Catering is roaming around Bryan-College Station since Wayside Food Park closed. If you’re lucky, your employer will have them out to cater company lunches or events. They also cater weddings, student and alumni events, tailgate parties, and more.
830-237-2446 • donutdarlin.com
Donut Darlin’ has been rollin’ around the Bryan-College Station area catering birthdays, weddings, business, school and private events, sorority and fraternity parties, and local festivals. The trailer focus primarily on providing the best customer service sprinkled, not only with a fun experience, but what they claim are “THE BEST DONUT HOLES IN TOWN!” To book the trailer for an event, visit www.donutdarlin.com.
979-218-7979 • firetruckcrepes.com
Fire Truck Crepes makes and serves their sweet and savory crepes in a real fire truck. The converted truck features both a kitchen and an eating area. Kids of all ages get a thrill climbing up into the truck to enjoy a hand-crafted crepe.
254-768-6430 • krabkingzbcs.com
2201 Longmire Blvd., College Station, TX
Krab Kingz Seafood Bryan/College Station serves seafood Florida style. Shrimp, crab, corn, sausage and more, smothered in spice and flavor. The trailer is part of a successful chain, mostly owned by Army veterans. The College Station location at 2201 Longmire Blvd. is locally owned and operated.
Taqueria El Tio is Aggieland’s most famous Mexican restaurant without a dining room. Last time The Reporter team took a seat at the humble establishment with amazing food, we spied a taco trailer in the lot next door. Now, Taqueria El Tio can bring their kitchen to your neck of the woods to make your event more delicious than most. Call (979) 775-8054 or stop by Taqueria El Tio for more information on booking their taco trailer.
Taqueria Puro Potosino has been serving the Brazos Valley for the past 16 years. They serve authentic Mexican tacos, tortas, quesadillas, burritos, gorditas, and much more.
TAZ Food Truck is owned by the same people as College Station’s most popular Indian restaurant. They frequently set up on food truck row at TAMU and at special events. Their menu features many of the more popular items served in the restaurant.
The Wild Garlic Pizza is Bryan-College Station’s premier mobile event catering and pop-up business, offering a line-up of artisan pizzas, small bites, salads, and desserts. Their mobile wood-fired pizza will help you create an event to remember.