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Year-round, Albuquerque's food trucks offer the perfect way to sample a wide assortment of creative eats from traditional New Mexican fare to barbeque to Japanese. New Mexico has a glorious climate that lends itself perfectly to food truck dining. With 310 days of sunshine and an average annual high temperature of 70 degrees, you'll hardly find a day when a food truck can't be found around town or posted up outside of one of Albuquerque's breweries.
Grab lunch from a local food truck every Friday from March through September at Civic Plaza during Food Truck Fridays. Food trucks are parked along Third Street between Marquette and Tijeras. There are a variety of local food trucks scheduled weekly.
Pacific Rim Food Park includes five food trucks, all Asian- or woman-owned. Open daily for lunch and dinner, Pacific Rim offers diners a diverse choice of dishes from Vietnam, Japan, South America, California and beyond.
Many breweries host food trucks on the weekends. Check the brewery's social media to see what food trucks will be there!
The Rail Yards Market features dozens of local vendors selling everything from art to clothes. Food trucks are also there to make sure you don't go hungry after all that shopping.