One way to show solidarity with the Black community is to support Black-owned food trucks. In a time when it’s already incredibly difficult for businesses to stay afloat, it’s more important than ever to show up for the people and places that continue to feed us. We’ll be updating this list constantly, so email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know which trucks should be included, and we’ll work on adding them as quickly as possible. And check out our full lists of more than 300 Black-Owned Restaurants In LA.
Please also consider donating to organizations fighting for racial justice - like the ACLU, NAACP, Know Your Rights Camp, Black Visions Collective, and Reclaim The Block. For a longer list of organizations to support, click here.
All Flavor, No Grease
One of LA’s most popular food trucks, All Flavor, No Grease is where you come for the quesadillas, and stay for everything else on the menu. Truck locations change constantly, so check their Instagram for the latest.
This food truck serves honey chicken sandwiches, burgers, and waffle crepes. Keep an eye on their Instagram for where they’ll be serving each day.
Belly's Sliders & Wings
This roaming truck makes weekly stops in Carson, Gramercy Park, and MLK Hospital in Willowbrook. The menu features chicken sliders, wings, cobbler, and house-made drinks. Check their Instagram for the latest details.
Billionaire Burger Boyz
Another LA fave, they’re serving burgers, wings, chicken sandwiches, and jambalaya fries. Weekends you can find them in Lancaster, San Diego, and San Bernardino. Check their Instagram for the latest info and locations.
The Bleu Truck
On the road Tuesday-Sunday, The Bleu Truck is famous for their surf and turf garlic noodles, as well as other specialties like rice balls and egg rolls. Check their Instagram for their daily location.
Comfort LA is a late-night pop-up serving soul food made from organic, locally-sourced ingredients. Their food truck is also available for events. Check out their Instagram for the latest information.
This roaming food truck serves colorful, shaved ice treats. Flavors range from Mango Madness to Blueberry Blast. They also opened their first permanent location in the Melrose district - read our first thoughts here.
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This food truck serves traditional Haitian specialties like patties, legume stew, and Haitian-style meatballs known as boulèt. Check their Instagram for the latest.
Island To Table Patty Hut
This food truck in DTLA serves Jamaican patties that are filled with everything from spicy beef to vegetables to curry chicken. Check their Instagram for the latest.
King Kone Ice Cream Truck
This ice cream truck has a big menu that includes everything from dipped cones to sundaes to ice cream cookie sandwiches. Check their Instagram for location details.
Lettuce Feast is a vegan food truck serving fried chick’n sandwiches, tenders, cajun fries, and apple slaw. Their location changes daily, so be sure to check their Instagram for the most up-to-date information.
Shad's New Cali Catering Truck
This truck serves spicy fried chicken sandwiches and soul food. Check their Instagram for the latest.
Smok N Joe's Chili
More of a cart than a truck, this family-owned business operates daily in Crenshaw, as well as the Melrose Place Farmers Market on Sundays. And yes, their chili is some of the best in town. Check their Instagram for the latest.
This Compton-based truck has a constantly changing menu (featuring everything from BBQ to fried chicken to cajun pasta), and a roster that also includes the Pineapple Express truck. Check their Instagram for the latest.
Vurger Guyz is a completely vegan food truck serving burgers, tacos, and more. Check their Instagram for all the details.
Wings N Waffles
This food truck is all about two things - wings and waffles. That said, if you skip their mac n cheese bowls, you’ve done yourself a disservice. Check their Instagram for the latest.