Food trucks deliver stylish sustenance for reception-goers who want to keep the party going. Our favorites from around the state.
The Big Cheese, Arlington
The Thrilled Cheese sandwich is a warm concoction of Chipotle cheddar, jalapeño and guacamole on sourdough bread, while Midnight Moon fuses goat gouda with caramelized onions on multigrain bread. BigCheeseTruck.com
District Taco, Arlington
Yucatan-style Mexican burritos and tacos filled with carnitas (pulled pork), barbacoa (shredded beef), pollo asado (grilled chicken), carne asada (grilled steak) or veggies, rice and black beans. DistrictTaco.com
Carpe Donut, Charlottesville
All-organic apple cider donuts rolled in cinnamon sugar are cooked on-site and can be chased with Carpe Donut’s signature Thick Italian Hot Chocolate. CarpeDonut.org
The Pie Guy, Charlottesville
Freshly-made Australian pies come sweet like the Tassie Devil Delight (that’s Aussie for apple), and savory like the Tofu Snake Bite (mild Thai green curry with chicken and veggies). ThePieGuy.org
King of Pops, Richmond
All organic and fresh, gourmet popsicles come in blueberry lemongrass, fig orange honey, chocolate sea salt and our favorite, mango mojito. KingofPops.net
Pepe Food Truck, Washington, D.C.
Spanish flauta sandwiches, including the Butifarra ‘Burger’ of fresh pork, roasted peppers and aioli or classic pollo frito (fried chicken, natch) from rock star chef José Andrés. Facebook.com/PepeFoodTruck
Nomad Mobile Coffee, Harrisonburg
Latte, cappuccino and Ethiopian Yirga Cheffe espresso, oh my.
Beach Fries, Fredericksburg
Deep-fried corn and signature crab cakes in addition to classic Beach Fries—unsalted natural-cut French fries. GotBeachFries.com