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7 Popular Westchester Food Trucks Serving Delicious Street-Side Bites


*This article originally appeared in the June 2019 issue of Westchester Magazine.*
For up-to-date locations on your favorite food trucks, please call or check their websites.




Find It: White Plains Farmers’ Market on Wednesdays; at Cross County Sundays, Mondays, and Thursdays from June through August.

Order: The Puffy Dog, one of Walter’s signature split, griddled dogs topped with smashed potato puffs.

Tecas Tacos

Find It: New Rochelle’s Flowers Park (491 Fifth Ave), daily 10:30 a.m.–3 p.m.

Order: Birria tacos, fragrant braised beef nestled into fresh corn tortillas.



Find It: Alternating Saturdays at the Chappaqua or Hastings Farmers’ Markets; Irvington Farmers’ Market on Sundays.

Order: The fresh lemon pie topped with smoked scamorza, garlic, chili, fresh basil, and paper-thin lemon slices.

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Find It: In Port Chester at Lyons Park, Wednesday to Friday, noon–4 p.m., and StilltheOne Distillery on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

Order: “Lomo Fries,” a bed of crispy french fries topped with sautéed beef or chicken, onions, tomatoes, and tangy signature sauce.

Photo courtesy of Put Some Meat On Your Bones

Put Some Meat On Your Bones


Find It: Afternoons at Jefferson Valley Mall (closed Mon); every other Thursday night at the Cortlandt Summer Concert Series.

Order: All the grilled cheese sandwiches.

Souvlaki Truck


Find It: Every day but Sunday on Central Ave in Yonkers, across from Best Buy (2478 Central Ave).

Order: It’s a tough call between the eponymous dish (in chicken, pork, or lamb) and the golden, thick-cut oregano fries.

Photo courtesy of Roaming Woodfired Pizza

Roaming Woodfired Pizza


Find It: 999 Saw Mill River Rd in Yonkers, Wednesday to Friday, noon–6 p.m.

Order: The Old School, a crispy, New York-style pie with tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, and pecorino Romano.