These New York City Food Trucks Are Considered Some of the Best in America

You may want to keep this list in mind this summer.

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The Cinnamon Snail claimed the No. 5 spot on The Daily Meal's list. While this vegan truck spends a lot of time in New Jersey, it is a New York original, according to The Daily Meal. The Cinnamon Snail also has a location at Penn Station’s Pennsy food hall.
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Luke's Lobster claimed the No. 13 spot on The Daily Meal's list. Chilled lobster is served on a buttered bun with a swipe of mayo at Luke's Lobster, according to The Daily Meal. If lobster's not your thing, you can opt for a shrimp or crab roll.
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Taim Mobile claimed the No. 23 on The Daily Meal's list. The food site says "you don't want to miss these falafels."
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Korilla BBQ claimed the No. 40 spot on The Daily Meal's list. Despite a scandal on "The Great Food Truck Race," this New York City food truck remains popular. Hungry New Yorkers can order a burrito or a burrito bowl from this truck, which features a protein, rice and various toppings.
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The Red Hook Lobster Pound landed the No. 50 spot on The Daily Meal's list. The truck brings Maine-style lobster rolls to hungry foodies in both New York City and Washington, D.C.
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Hard Times Sundaes landed the No. 55 spot on The Daily Meal's list. Despite its name, this Brooklyn-based food truck doesn't actually serve sundaes. Instead, you can find burgers, hot dogs and sides.
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