Trailer Eatery in Austin, Texas

Trailer eateries are now and Austin, Texas staple. You can find almost anything you want to eat on any street corner with the many trailer eateries in Austin!

112.14 Juice Austin

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

There’s a new juice/smoothie operation on South Congress, with the nearly impossible-to-google title of Juice Austin. The new juice trailer i is conveniently located right next to another one of my favorite food trailers, Burro Cheese Kitchen. They offer all kinds of fresh juices, smoothies and fruit bowls that would make a healthy breakfast or delicious

105.14 Thai-Kun at Wonderland Bar

105.14 Thai-Kun at Wonderland Bar

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

Paul Qui is at it again, his newest project being the East Side Kings behind Wonderland (the old Cheer Up Charlie’s). The menu is similar in Asian style to the other East Side Kings, but with a heavier Thai accent. Here’s a run down on what I think you should order: Start with the grilled

98.14 The Picnic

98.14 The Picnic

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

Last weekend the much anticipated Trailer Eatery park opened on Barton Springs Road bringing together some of my favorite trailers all in one location! This is a state of the art trailer food eatery if I have ever seen one. They have plenty of parking, bathrooms, two massive canopies to provide shade. Here’s a rundown

91.14 Mr. Pancake

91.14 Mr. Pancake

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

You know what Austin is missing? A solid food trailer scene. I mean sure, you can get a decent taco, but what about a pancake in a cup? Don’t worry though, thanks to British Airline’s new non-stop to London from Austin, you can be double-fisting pancakes by the cup in just a few short hours.

84.14 Goldis Sausage Company

84.14 Goldis Sausage Company

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

This trailer behind Crow Bar knows how to make solid sausage. They have over 28 sausage recipes that they make in-house, and the menu rotates each week. Of the many sausages I’ve sampled since I first discovered them, the Octoberfest, which was on special last week, has been my favorite so far. They have so

70.14 South Bites

70.14 South Bites

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

It’s SX, so instead of featuring a single trailer for ‘Trailer Tuesday,’ we’re giving you a whole park full of ‘em! South Bites is a one stop shop for trailer food during SXSW. Aside from their stellar location (the parking lot at the end of Rainey), they also have some amazing places to grab a

63.14 Julie's Handmade Noodles

63.14 Julie’s Handmade Noodles

By Jason Neff | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

Nothing beats a good bowl of soup on a rainy, cold Monday night. I’ve been hearing great things about Julie’s Noodles for a while now, and I have to say they’re worth the hype. I tried both the pork soup and the beef. There’s not a whole lot of flair in the Styrofoam bowl- a

56.14 The Unconventional Oven

56.14 The Unconventional Oven

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

While I might not be an expert on the best places to snag a Vegan meal in Austin, pizza… well, pizza I know. Much like wine, there are so many different styles of pizza, I never get tired of exploring new options. After skipping lunch one day, I was on my way to dinner and

49.14 Shawarma Point

49.14 Shawarma Point

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

This is probably going to be the best and worst discovery for all your late night dining pleasures. For one, it’s dangerously good; the kind of good that you keep coming back for. The downfall is that when I find myself in the neighborhood, I can’t resist stopping by this trailer. The food is a

42.14 Big Bad BBQ

42.14 Big Bad BBQ

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

There is a new BBQ joint in town and it’s looking to make a name for itself. Big Bad BBQ offers up a different spin on the traditional BBQ with what they call a Texas-Memphis fusion. Their menu is focused on cooking up delicious sandwiches. You really can’t go wrong when they offer options such

35.14 Patrizi’s

35.14 Patrizi’s

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

Stop reading right now, just go there. Run, drive, warp yourself there as fast as you can. This is some of the most solid Italian food that I’ve tried in Austin. After mulling over the menu all afternoon eagerly deciding what I should try at this famed Italian trailer, it came down to the Patrizi’s

30.14 Austin Vegan Riot

30.14 Austin Vegan Riot

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

Austin was named the number one vegan-friendly city in the US in 2013, so it should come as no surprise that we have an all vegan-friendly trailer yard. The following vegan-friendly trailers will all be on site tonight for the first Austin Vegan Riot.  There will also be live music, and a fire to keep

28.14 Big Fat Greek Gyros

28.14 Big Fat Greek Gyros

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

Going to a place that has ‘Gyros’ in the name and opting for the Greek salad is probably a major faux pas, but I’ve never been one to follow the rules. The Greek salad alone is nothing out of the ordinary, but top it with the lamb meat from their gyros, and it’s nothing short

23.14 University Co-op’s Welcome Back Bash

23.14 University Co-op’s Welcome Back Bash

By Kristy Owen | Free things to do in Austin, Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

There’s a back to school bash at the University Co-op Food Court tonight. They’ll be giving away prizes and tickets for the X Games, Moto GP, SXSW and FREE FOOD from the trailers! They’ll also have a snow machine, a fire pit for s’mores, and more fun. Since our city rarely sees snow, I can

21.14 Pick Your Poison Bake Shop

21.14 Pick Your Poison Bake Shop

By Kristy Owen | Things To Do In Austin, Trailer Eatery

I’m a total sweet addict, I’ve even been quoted as saying, “I’d give up sweets, but I’m not quitter.” So, it should come as no surprise that I’m never one to turn down a cupcake. This weekend, my world was turned upside down when I was offered not just any cupcake, but a cupcake with