When you’re out and about, especially during the busy holiday season, sometimes you need a meal on the go. Whether you bring breakfast to the office, relax on a peaceful park bench with your lunch, or grab dinner on the way home, the Rogue Valley’s numerous food trucks are a great option.

The Southern Oregon food truck scene has grown exponentially in recent years, with everything from cotton candy, to gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, unique keto options, Caribbean food, BBQ and so much more.

Find your next meal at one of Southern Oregon’s awesome local food trucks.

  1. Rogue Grinders

Rogue Grinders is a new addition to the Rogue Valley, serving the best sandwiches made with locally sourced ingredients. They serve these hearty sandwiches from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, at Antelope and 7th Street in White City.

Their truck has delicious options, but you’ll never go wrong with a classic grinder. That would be the Rogue Original, which comes with ham, salami and pepperoni. If you want a taste of the Hawaiian islands in your sandwich, the Rogue Hula has ham, pepperoni, cheese and pineapple. But if you’re a veggie lover? The Rogue Veggie is overflowing with vegetables and toasted to perfection.

  1. Victory Dogs

Everyone loves a classic hot dog, but there’s nothing plain about these dogs! Victory Dogs’ hot dogs are a mouthful of deliciousness and creativity between two buns. You are guaranteed to find a mouthwatering favorite no matter what you try.

The grilled bacon dog is what started it all. It’s an all-beef hot dog, split down the center and grilled, with a strip of bacon placed in the middle. If you want something a little crazier and unique, the meatloaf dog is the way to go. This funky hot dog has beef meatballs, cheddar, BBQ sauce, mushrooms, garlic and onions. It’s the best way to get lunch and dinner in one meal!

  1. All Smoked Out BBQ

There’s nothing more satisfying than barbeque, and All Smoked Out BBQ has some of the best. They specialize in craveable pulled pork, tender and juicy brisket, and homemade sausages. Lunch is available from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

If you need some menu guidance, the pigslayer sandwich is a local favorite made with slow-smoked pulled pork, house-made jalapeño sausage and coleslaw. If you’re really hungry, try the one meat plate with two sides. Choose from their daily selection of smoked meats — brisket, pulled pork, sausage, tri tip, smoked chicken and ribs. For the sides, there’s BBQ beans, smoked macaroni and cheese, or coleslaw.

Hungry Yet?

Local food trucks are serving up some amazing food here in the Rogue Valley. Next time you have a hankering to eat out, check out these mobile meals!