Best Food Truck 2017

Reader Pick

Luckybee Kitchen

Luckybee Kitchen Food Truck is constantly rotating its menu items due to the fact that trained chef/owner/operator Jenny Powell Castor “gets bored easily.” Castor studied and was a former chef instructor at The Culinary School of Fort Worth. Her food truck’s sophisticated street food offerings include popular items like the Luckybee Monte Cristo (shaved ham, Monterrey jack cheese, peach marmalade, fried egg and challah bread) served with sweet and smoky potato chips.

3121 Stadium Drive

Staff Pick

The Beignet Bus

The Beignet Bus is the latest venture for Chef Toby Tindall, who was formerly executive chef for the Hilton Fort Worth and The Ashton Hotel. Driving around Fort Worth, Tindall serves only three items from his food truck: fresh beignets covered in powdered sugar, hot chocolate, and cafe au lait, which is brewed with New Orleans Cafe du Monde’s signature blend of coffee, chicory and milk.