The story goes they started in the early ‘90s with a hot-dog stand and now it has become a citywide movement. Chefs all over the town are serving inexpensive, unpretentious food made in the back of refurbished Airstreams and concession trailers. The trend is so hot right now that the officials estimate thousands of mobile food vendors will be crowding the city blocks by this fall.
From tasty cupcakes, taco-and-Korean barbecue, street eats occupy every niche, and there's always a new, delicious, not-too-much-money-out-of-your-pocket meal to discover. These food trailer parks are an Austin phenomenon in which multiple trailers cluster to create a dining destination. #GoogleAustinFoodTrucks
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