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As the name indicates, this food truck serves up everything to do with sausage. But this isn't your typical sausage. Sausagefest serves up sausages in a variety of styles. There is something for everyone. There are the basics, like a typical hot dog or veggie dog. For those looking for something a bit more exotic, Sausagefest has them covered. They offer Cajun, Moroccan, Filipino, Italian and more. They get the taste buds going on a culinary journey around the world without leaving the streets of Vegas. Sausagefest updates their current location and schedule through both Facebook and Twitter.
Fat Daddy's Ice Cream & Treats is another in the long line of food trucks racing around the Vegas streets. Fat Daddy's delivers everything from novelties featuring popular characters to old time favorites that provide a guilty indulgence. Fat Daddy's can be found at the Vegas Art District's First Friday celebration every first Friday of the month. The truck is there from 6-10p to offer cold treats and cotton candy. From birthday parties and school field days, to corporate events and grand openings, Fat Daddy's is available to make any event sweeter.
Cruisin’ around the streets of Vegas is a truck that promises a unique and delicious experience. Slidin’ Thru is fast becoming a Las Vegas fixture. The slider truck is a restaurant on wheels that travels the valley, bringing sliders to hungry residents. Slidin’ Thru promises gourmet sliders made from only the freshest ingredients, and their unique menu can’t be found anywhere else in Vegas. Try the Barby: melted cheddar, caramelized jalapeno, crispy fried onion, bacon and bbq sauce. For those craving veggies there is the Eggplant Caprese: grilled eggplant, roma tomato, basil, and mozzarella with balsamic reduction. Whatever the case may be, Slidin’ Thru is a culinary adventure that is likely to be repeated. Slidin’ Thru’s location varies, so check their website for their current schedule.
Look out Vegas, there is another food truck cruising the city streets. Fukuburger, that’s pronounced "foo-koo," is the latest in what seems to be a growing trend. Mobile gourmet eateries are popping up all over the place. However, Fukuburger is a little different in that their specialty is Japanese-inspired burgers. The Fukuburger menu includes six Asian-inspired burgers, furikake macaroni salad, and garlic fries seasoned with a blend of Japanese spices. They also serve up dessert in the form of a volcanic-looking snow cone. For anyone looking for something different or something that delivers flavors like pickled ginger and wasabi, then Fukuburger could be the ultimate find. Their website tracks their location, or they can be followed on Twitter.