Best Charleston Food Trucks

Food truck owner serving sandwiches to customer

There are so many incredible food tucks moving around Charleston, and we want to try them all! At these food trucks, you can find different international foods, soul food, desserts, coffee, and even alcoholic popsicles. They can be found all over at different events, retail stores, parks, schools, and more - all you have to do is check out a specific trucks' social media to find out where they are. Or you can just try one you happen to stumble upon! We've put together a few food trucks in Charleston that have made the top of our list.

Brava Bowls ๐Ÿ“

Charleston's original aรงaรญ food truck, Brava Bowls, is the place to go to get your health fix! Brava Bowls uses organic, and mostly local ingredients, to create their perfectly assembled bowls. For those who don't know, aรงaรญ is a berry grown in the Amazon Rainforest that is rich in nutrients and antioxidants. It is blended into a frozen puree, similar to a smoothie, and topped with fruit, granola, or any topping you like. Their weekly time and location is shared on their Facebook and Instagram accounts.

View the menu here.

 
 

Booze Pops ๐Ÿฅ‚

Booze Pops is a huge hit for tourists and locals in Charleston, and was voted Charleston's Choice Best Food Truck. This great idea began with a local US Army veteran who tried an alcohol-infused popsicle at a birthday party. He purchased an ice cream truck, and has been bringing the community together ever since. Booze Pops can usually be found on King Street, Meeting Street, or Folly Beach, but also at numerous charity events across the Lowcountry.

Hint, hint: the Mimosa Orange is a must try.

View the menu here.

 
 

Cast Iron Food Truck + Catering ๐Ÿ—

Cast Iron Food Truck has been on the road for six years offering food for the soul to Charleston residents. Owners Victor and Sheila serve their Eastern Carolina chopped barbeque recipe that has been passed down from Victor's mother, and has won Washington D.C.'s "Best BBQ Sandwich" five consecutive years. Their Lowcountry + D.C. flair will have you coming back for more, or maybe even hiring them to cater your next big event. Keep up with where Cast Iron will be next on their Facebook account.

View the menu here. Subject to change daily.

 

Charleston Caribbean Creole ๐ŸŸ

Next time you see the Charleston Caribbean Creole food truck, you've got to stop and check it out. "Home of the Shrimp Crab Rice", this Lowcountry, Caribbean, and Creole fusion food truck offers numerous dishes that are worth trying. They even offer biegnets as a dessert option. You can find Charleston Caribbean Creole using the Food Truck Finder, or by checking their Facebook account. Catering options are also available for weddings and corporate events.

View the menu here.

 
 

Platia ๐Ÿฅ™

All good nights in Downtown Charleston end at Platia. This Greek food truck can be found on the corner of King Street and Spring Street on Thursday - Saturday from 8:00PM - 3:00AM. Gyros and other Greek dishes bring taste of Athens, while using local ingredients. A local favorite, "The Hillbilly", takes a spin on traditional Greek gyros by including pimento cheese... because adding pimento cheese to anything makes it a Lowcountry meal, right? You can also use UberEATS or Grubhub to have it delivered right to your door.

View menu here.

 
 

Roti Rolls ๐Ÿฅ™

Established in 2010, Roti Rolls was the first food truck in Charleston, and has now expanded to Atlanta! And you know it's the real deal, because they were named the "6th Coolest Food Truck in the Nation" by Forbes Magazine. Roti Rolls even makes appearances at many large music festivals, including Bonnaroo and Hangout Festival. They offer Indian, Asian, Caribbean, Latin, and Southern style dishes all rolled into their signature Roti bread. Owner, Cory Burke, has built relationships with local South Carolina farmers and fishermen to include the freshest, local ingredients in this "Farm-to-Truck" style operation. You can find the Roti Roll's truck on their website's events calendar, Facebook account, or Instagram account.

 
 

Immortal Lobster ๐Ÿฆž

The Immortal Lobster food truck is bringing the Maine lobster to the Lowcountry with their incredible lobster rolls, lobster mac 'n cheese, and even lobster grilled cheese. The lobster may be from Maine, but all produce and bread used is local. And don't forget to finish your meal with a Whoopie Pie, a New England delicacy which can be described as a cream-filled small cake. You can find The Immortal Lobster food truck by checking out the calendar on their website.

View menu here.

 

Holy Rolly ๐Ÿจ

Holy Rolly food truck is the only food truck in South Carolina bringing the unique rolled ice cream experience. All of their rolled ice cream is made from scratch and can be enjoyed out of a cup, waffle taco shell, or even in the form of sushi rolls. They offer sinful (only for those 21+) and saintful (kid-friendly) desserts to the Lowcountry. The Double Down rolled ice cream is out of this world. Find the Holy Rolly truck using the Food Truck Finder, or on their Instagram or Facebook account.

View the menu here.

 
 

Notes Curbside Coffee โ˜•

This mobile big red coffee mug may be more difficult to find, but once you do - you're in for a treat! Notes Curbside Coffee offers fresh, locally roasted coffee and grinds all of their coffee on site. Beans are purchased from the Lowcountry Coffee Roasters. This coffee truck is one-of-a-kind to Charlesotn, and would be perfect at your next corporate or office event. Keep up with their Facebook page to see where they may show up next. Until then, you can always purchase their coffee online here.

 
 

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