Here are a few great food truck courts to get you started.
In the heart of Dickson Street is a food court that all visiting food-truck connoisseurs should experience. Filled with a half-dozen or so food trucks, including names like Frikin’ Chicken and Blazin’ Asian, Shulertown has an eclectic mix of menu options including Tex-Mex, vegetarian, barbecue and even ice cream. Seriously, if you’ve never had Burton’s Creamery, do so immediately. No trip to Fayetteville is complete without a trip to the Downtown & Dickson Street Entertainment District, and some delicious food is always appreciated (and sometimes needed) after jamming to live music or toasting the town with friends.
Yacht Club on College
Located at 617 N. College Ave., in the NoMa District (between North and Maple streets), the Yacht Club is a great lunch spot filled with a variety of offerings. Trucks include Dot’s Nashville Hot Chicken, Funktown BBQ, Asian & American Foods and Homestyle Cravings. Pop in to fuel up, and make sure to walk across College to enjoy some of the fun shopping nearby, like 410 Vintage, Freckled Hen and Grey Dog.
Located in the SoFay District (south Fayetteville), on S. Government Ave. off MLK Blvd., Quick Town features a few delicious and different treats. Mo’Tacos Churros and Cathead Biscuits will definitely fill you up, and Zuppa Zuppa serves small batched soups made from regional ingredients with global influence. Quick Town is a great example of the diverse food offerings in Fayetteville.
If you’re on the east side of town, try the food trucks located just north of Crossover and Mission. Punjabi Kitchen serves up authentic Indian cuisine. Its samosas and chicken tikka masala are very popular. Also, T-Boy’s BBQ offers mouth-watering ribs and pulled pork sandwiches. (T-Boy’s can also be found at Razorbacks baseball games, so look for them if you’re at a Diamond Hogs game!)
Situated right across the street from Columbus House Brewery, a member of the Fayetteville Ale Trail, is a new food truck called Kiko Rice and Noodle. This truck serves up Asian street food and sushi and makes for the perfect stop on the Razorback Greenway bike trail.