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Cupcakes might be moving aside for macarons (or snickerdoodles), bacon fever has ebbed a bit (yes, put away that scarf) but one food trend that we still can't seem to get enough of is the humble food truck. And why would we want to? They're convenient, inexpensive and the food is challenging brick-and-mortar establishments with high-quality, creative and delicious offerings.

We're still partial to the 10 must-try food trucks we listed last spring, but for pizza, Chinese comfort food and more, you've got to try Houston's newest mobile restaurants.

There is never enough good pizza in Houston (I'm sorry, but it's true) so we are thrilled that Anthony Calleo has stepped up to fill in the missing link in the ultimate mobile drunk food foursome with Pi Pizza Truck. Found outside bars around town like Jackson's Watering Hole, Catbirds, Little Woodrow's and The Boneyard Drinkery, Pi tempts with outrageous combinations like chicken, bacon, honey and pineapple on The Grizzly Hawaiian and venison sausage and cherries in port wine syrup on The Outdoorsman.

Most offerings are available as a full pie or by the (enormous) slice, but the breakout hit is the by-the-slice-only 420 pizza — like a frito pie on a pizza, it's so crazy it just works.


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