Austin’s most interesting food truck lot is coming back for yet another sequel at SXSW. The SouthBites® Trailer Park will be back onsite to some of our favorite bites to general public during the duration of the festival.
The food truck park will be open every day during SXSW at their usual spot near Rainey Street on March 9-17 from 11am to midnight. There will be over a dozen food trucks featured at this year’s festival and while many may call Austin home, many others hail from locations around the country.
As much as we’d like to eat at every single truck during the festival, we must live with the disappointment of FOMO. Despite mising out on a few, we can make sure that we at least highlight several of our favorites that will be there. Stay tuned as we add more food trucks to the list in the days to come.
Briggo Coffee Haus
Briggo is an Austin-based specialty coffee company which empowers people to create their perfect cups of coffee. By combining the best specialty ingredients with modern mobile technology, cloud computing, and robotics, Briggo is transforming the entire coffee experience.
Lick Honest Ice Creams has been making seasonal and sustainable artisan ice creams that celebrate the flavors and culture of Texas since 2011. Lick’s milk and cream come from the grass-fed cows of a single-source Central Texas dairy.
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@happylobsteratx is now open @hopsandgrain. Fresh lobster rolls and ice cold beer should be on your mind and in your belly before you start popping firecrackers tonight! #happy4thofjuly #independenceday . . 📍 Hops & Grain | Happy Lobster – 507 Calles St., ATX 🎆 Happy Lobster Roll
Happy Lobster is a Chicago based food truck who moved to Austin just over a year ago. Their mission is to bring people together through their love of the lobster roll. From their famous lobster rolls to their gooey lobster grilled cheese, their food is sure to put a smile on your face.
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If ya didn’t know, now ya know! #Repost @haloodie with @get_repost ・・・ #Austin had a great weekend with my foodie friends eating our way through Austin. One of my favorite places from the trip was @kebabatx I guess they just started serving a variety of halal meats recently so this is a place you should add to your to do list. They offer halal chicken, lamb and steak as well as some veggie options. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Pictured here is The Rustic: halal skirt steak thoroughly marinated in Peruvian and Turkish spices with roasted brussel sprouts, spring mix, onions, tzatziki and red sauce in a pita bread
This locally owned favorite specializes in Turkish-style wraps along with falafel shots, hummus and K-fries.
Noble Sandwich Co
Noble Sandwich Co focuses on scratch made, made-to-order sandwiches, considered by many to be the best in Austin.
Four Brothers is a family-owned food truck creating the best authentic Venezuelan food. The Austin community and foreigners alike are crazy for the Four Brothers’ arepas and bowls. Four Brothers…You Better Try it!
brought to you by two people who love food, travel, each other, and Austin, TX. They are a locally owned artisan empanada maker that uses only the freshest ingredients to create unexpected flavor combinations. Eat them while you walk from one venue to the next and be super satisfied with the optimal nutrition and taste that is mmmpanadas. mmmpanadas are the perfect SXSW snack!