Top 5 Coffee Trucks in Austin, Philly and New York City.

Now that summer is officially here and the days are getting longer and hotter, we city duelers are in desperate need of an extra pick-me-up to get through the work day. What fits the bill better than a conveniently located coffee truck? Here are the best ones that we can find in Austin Philly, and NYC: 

 


 

1.     Mud Truck, NYC

Follow on Instagram @mudcoffeenyc and Twitter @mudpeople

Follow on Instagram @mudcoffeenyc and Twitter @mudpeople

This is a big orange truck that sells the famously delicious coffee from the funky MUD shop in the East Village of NYC. Come by its location on Astor Place for some amazing almond lattes, drip coffee and cool vibes. 

 

2.     Lucky Lab Coffee Co, Austin TX

Follow on Instagram @luckylabatx  and Twitter @LuckyLabATX

Follow on Instagram @luckylabatx  and Twitter @LuckyLabATX

This coffee truck is owned by an animal-loving couple in Austin, Texas and delivers handcrafted coffee to its followers. Fans rave about their custom syrups (like rose and honey) and amazing lattes! 

 

3.    Therapy Coffee and Tea, Austin TX

Follow on Instagram @therapycoffeetea and Twitter @therapy_coffee

Follow on Instagram @therapycoffeetea and Twitter @therapy_coffee

A coffee connoisseur and his wife, a therapist, own this Austin coffee truck. They are true believers in a good brew’s power to bring people together with good conversation and hope to share that outlook with their customers.

 

4.     Wanderlust Coffee, Austin TX

Follow on Instagram @wanderlustcoffeetruck and Twitter @wanderlustATX

Follow on Instagram @wanderlustcoffeetruck and Twitter @wanderlustATX

This Austin coffee truck delivers handcrafted, locally roasted and organic coffee to its followers in the area. Customers rave about their strong yet delicious nitro cold brew and specialty crafted drinks. 

 

5. Cloud Coffee Cart, Philadephia PA

Follow on Instagram @cloudcoffee and Twitter @CloudCoffeePhil

Follow on Instagram @cloudcoffee and Twitter @CloudCoffeePhil

Cloud was started by two recent graduates from Tyler School of Art and serves up fresh brewed coffee on campus to help motivate students' scholarly pursuits. They also vowed to support Philedelphia's artists by giving advise, advertising exhibitions, and hosting the Cloud Prize, an annual monetary award.  


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