Where to Find New Hampshire Food Trucks

Your guide to the best mobile eateries in the state — and where and when to find them.

One of Clyde’s Cupcakes’ two food trucks

These elusive mobile eateries can be difficult to find, so be sure to check each truck’s Facebook accounts for up-to-date days, hours and locations, especially during this COVID-19 season. Happy hunting!

Here are some of our favorite New Hampshire food trucks:

  • Crescent City Kitchen
    Cajun, Creole and Caribbean food from Seacoast chef Chris “Koz” Kozlowski. Usually found at events throughout the state and region, but make sure you visit their website to see where they are going next as their schedule has changed due to COVID-19. (603) 834-4345
  • B’s Tacos
    Tex-Mex overstuffed tacos and loaded burritos served from the truck parked at the BP gas station, 3 Mohawk Dr., Londonderry. Make sure to check out their Facebook page to see other places that they are headed for. (603) 505-6485
  • The Grazing Gourmet
    Cubanos, bánh mì, hummus wraps and tripletas, all made from scratch and available to accommodate dietary restrictions including gluten-free and vegan diets. Parked at 25 Route 101A, Amherst. Check out Facebook to see where else they can be found. (603) 732-7057
  • Boisvert’s Curbside Kitchen
    The lobster roll here is made from fresh-shucked meat and served alongside fried seafood and burgers. Colburn Park, 6 S. Park St., Lebanon. (603) 443-3905
  • Brothers House of Smoke
    BBQ is slow-cooked on the truck by pit boss A.J. Giglio. Sutton-based; find them near Concord. (603) 315-2782
  • Tracy Girl Food Truck
    Ashland-based snack bar concept serving creative sweet or savory waffles on a stick from a bright pink truck. On the road with her bright pink truck. (603) 268-3524
  • Made With Love 603
    Serving Puerto Rican and Spanish dishes including a tripleta sandwich with cubed steak, bacon and ham bound with cheese. Typically parked near JFK Stadium, 303 Beech St., Manchester. (603) 438-2986
  • Clyde’s Cupcakes
    A pair of sweet pink trucks (one for the Seacoast, one in Manchester) offering cookies, brownies and their signature cupcakes. Keep an eye out for them in downtown Exeter. (603) 583-4850
  • The Farm Café and Food Truck
    Vegan comfort food with black bean burgers topped with local fresh veggies and their own vegan dressing. Or try a grilled cauliflower salad or seasoned butternut squash in a bowl. Special occasions only. Keene-based. (603) 354-3521
  • Coming soon: The Gyro Spot Food Truck. Manchester residents and those who work on Elm Street know this popular quick-service eatery well, but now The Gyro Spot is aiming to feed the rest of the state and is hitting the road with a new food truck. The Manchester location will remain open but the food truck will be available for catering and popping up across the state.
Categories: Food & Drink