The World's Best Cities for Street Food

With traffic jams of trendy food trucks piling up in American cities, it's easy to overlook the rich global history of street food. D...
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Chicago, Illinois

Chicago's street food is only semi-legal, since cooking isn't allowed on carts and trucks, but that hasn't deterred operations like Gaztro-Wagon (naan-wich), The Meatyballs Mobile (meatballs) and The Southern Mac (mac and cheese) from launching trucks that assemble cooked ingredients. Although some 30 trucks have entered the race, operators still foster a positive competitive spirit with weekly meet-up events.

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