Food Trucks To Follow In Broken Arrow, OK This Year


Food trucks are so many things rolled into one — delicious food, scrumptious desserts, and mobility, which allows them to be anywhere you are. Whether you’re at the park or at a music festival, you’re sure to find a food truck, and you’re never too far from a yummy snack. The Broken Arrow, Oklahoma area is home to a number of its own delicious and creative food trucks that you can enjoy right here without venturing into the greater Tulsa area. Here’s everything you need to know about the best food trucks in Broken Arrow.

Andolini’s Food Truck

The founders and owners of Andolini’s Food Truck are Mike and Jim Bausch, brothers and businessmen in the Tulsa area. They have a simple philosophy you can find on the Andolini’s page: “Our belief system is simple, be good to people, make the best thing you can make, and create as many jobs as possible.”

This pizza food truck is an offshoot of the popular Andoloni’s sliced, a Broken Arrow area favorite. Part of what makes this truck so special is its dedication to simplicity. Rather than offering a whole slew of complicated dishes, Andolini’s sticks to the tried and true rock stars in the pizza world: pepperoni, cheese, and a signature slice called DeMarco of Brooklyn.

The DeMarco of Brooklyn is the truck’s most unique pizza. It features a cast of delicious actors, including San Marzano tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, Pecorino Romano, and Puglia olive oil from Italy. The slice is in honor of Dom DeMarco from Brooklyn and his pizzeria on Avenue J. You can catch this food truck around the area, or you can book it for an event. Call Andoloni’s Food Truck at (918)-631-4688 to find out where they are today.

BA Taco Truck

The Ramirez family came up with the idea for the BA Taco Truck in 2018, with the goal of bringing real, delicious Mexican food to the residents of Broken Arrow. Mr. Ramirez and his family are from Mexico and use the food truck every day to dish out gourmet, authentic, and fresh tacos from scratch. At BA Taco Truck, every ingredient is fresh, and all the sauces are made by hand.

Their cooking repertoire doesn’t stop at tacos, however, as the talented Mr. Ramirez is a whiz in the kitchen (or rather, in the truck), serving up mouth-watering dishes like tortas, quesadillas, nachos, burritos, and quezabirrias. Quezabirrias are corn tortillas stuffed with Mexican stewed meat, dipped in broth, and fried in a pan. For most dishes, you can customize the flavors you want, with choices like chicken, Asada, al pastor, and chorizo. The BA Taco Truck can be found on 193rd East Avenue, and you can order ahead for really speedy service. Call the Ba Taco Truck at (918) 813-5394 for more information.

Stu B Que Food Truck

Oklahoma is known for its barbeque, and the Stu B Que Food Truck is no exception. With both catering services and a food truck, there’s something for every type of event at Stu B Que. Do you like a variety of meats when enjoying barbeque? Stu has you covered with pulled pork, chicken breast, bologna, hot links, ham, pork loin, pork tenderloin, turkey, sausage, bone-in chicken, beef brisket, loin back ribs, and spare ribs. Try saying all that at once.

But the long list of offerings doesn’t end there, because Stu B Que also has an extensive list of sides. Some of their sides include fried okra, wild rice, baked potatoes, loaded potatoes, salad, baked beans, green beans, cheese potatoes, potato salad, coleslaw, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, mixed vegetables, and pasta salad.

After your meal, if you somehow still have any room left, they also offer a variety of cobblers for dessert. A serving of peach, blackberry, cherry, apple, or strawberry cobbler is the perfect way to round off a meal from the Stu B Que truck. You can give Stu B Que a call at (918) 724-7886 to get more information on the food truck’s location.

Rainbow Bowls

After all that barbeque and a heaping serving of cheesy potatoes from Stu B Que, you may be looking for something lighter. Rainbow Bowls has your back with a full selection of nutritious, fresh, and fruity smoothies and smoothie bowls. Everything about Rainbow Bowls is bright and fun, from the theme to the menu to the food itself. The truck is an offshoot of the popular Rainbow Bowls Superfood Cafe on South Main Street, where you can find Red Bull infusions, acai bowls, and smoothies.

Rainbow Bowls is a great way to combine a tasty treat with a nutritious snack, as you can add a variety of toppings and protein add-ins to any shake or bowl. For something rich, try the Peanut Butter Chocolate. It’s a smoothie with Blue Majik, bananas, blueberries, vegan chocolate chips, strawberries, peanut butter, and local honey.

If you want to go for something classic, the Rainbow Bowl is an acai bowl with granola, bananas, blueberries, strawberries, and local honey. The food truck moves around town and books for events like weddings, corporate meetings, and festivals, but you can always check to see where the truck is if you’re hungry for a smoothie now.

Route 66 Fry Bread

Though it’s the last truck on this list, it’s certainly not the least. Route 66 Fry Bread is a spunky, down-to-earth, and original food truck you can find hanging around Broken Arrow, or anywhere along the Route 66 highway. This truck is home to a one-pound taco, and if that’s not enough to pique your interest, the fact that each piece of fry bread is homemade may change your mind. The truck itself features some of the iconic landmarks from Route 66 and a little map of the famous highway. The food is rich, delicious, hot, and made-to-order.

We hope this guide has been helpful if you’re looking for some unique and tasty food trucks to try in the Broken Arrow area. From tacos to smoothie bowls, there’s a food truck for every kind of eater in our local area. If you need a new ride to the next food truck festival, we have all the Chryslers, Jeeps, Dodges, Rams, and FIATs you could as for here at Chris Nikel. For more information about our inventory or to learn more about the buying process, don’t hesitate to contact one of our friendly associates.



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