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Top street food cities

Portland has many outdoor food options.

Portland has many outdoor food options.

If you love food, you probably want to move to a city that has great options. While restaurants are good places to visit sometimes, there are many cities where the best food actually is made right on the street for you. Whether it is from a street vendor or a food truck, there may be something that is right up your alley.

There may be something in this list that sounds so good, you will make an appointment with your moving company at the earliest available opportunity. Keep in mind, with today's technological advancements, you can typically go online and search a specific food truck or vendor that you like. This may make finding them in a city much easier, as some have a habit of traveling around.

Philadelphia
Many cities have staple food offerings, but there may not be one that is more tied to a city than cheesesteaks. Philadelphia is the home of the dish and it may be a great idea to grab one from any of the many vendors around the city. However, there may be a bit of a wait if you are grabbing lunch, according to the CheapOair.com Travel Blog.

New York
There also may be many options in New York City. The area is quite diverse, and with its diversity comes great food, and a lot of it. Street food is available almost everywhere in the city, so you won't have to go far to find something you like.

New York is also a good choice if you don't want a full meal. It is quite easy to just grab a snack on the road. Many vendors have knishes available, while others offer roasted peanuts.

Madison, Wisconsin
One area that is not often spoken about regarding food trucks is Madison, Wisconsin. The home of the University of Wisconsin is a great place to grab street food. However, the Killing Batteries blog explained that because of the city's cold temperatures in the winter, there aren't as many food trucks available. This is important to note, as you may want to take advantage of the various options open to you in the warm, summer weather.

Los Angeles
One of the most famous stops in the country for street food is Los Angeles. The city has vendors open almost all the time, which can be great for a late-night snack. Like New York City, it has a vibrant, diverse group of people, and this also shows up in its street food.

There may be an issue to be mindful of when it comes to the food trucks and vendors in Los Angeles. According to the CheapOair.com Travel Blog, due to the city's large size, many of these vendors may be a bit spread out. This could be a reason to not give up if you don't see one on every corner.

Portland, Oregon
If a move to the Pacific Northwest is in the cards, then you may enjoy grabbing some street food while in the city. It is considered by some to be one of the best in the country.

The city is riddled with vendors, so you can find just about anything that you can think of for lunch. Killing Batteries explained that the city is also home to some great grilled peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. This could be fun just to try, or even if you have children who need something quick, but are picky about their options.