Food Truck Report: The Lineup for Tuesday, May 31 (Vegan BBQ Edition)

Highland Park Din-Din-A-Go-Go returns to to Figueroa Produce for it's weekly visit today; see below for the lineup of gourmet food truck that will be offering their fare for the feast.

update: Tonight's Highland Park Din-Din-a-Go-Go will also feature a Vegan Southern BBQ, which will take place inside of Figueroa Produce. You can read up about the men, which promises to feature healthy southern greens and vegan po-boys, here.

will return to at 6312 N. Figueroa St. tonight at 5:30 until 9 p.m., bringing with it a dazzling array of local flavor.

Here's a look at which trucks will be participating in tonight's feast, along with links to their web-sites, Twitter accounts and menus (when available). While it's never easy to decide which truck will earn your hard earned dollars, hopefully this list will give you a head start in making your choice.

Lomo Arigato Truck: Japanese Noodle Creations by chef Eric Nakata. Follow Lomo Arigato Truck on Twitter at @lomoarigato.

Vizzi Truck will be making a stop at the Figueroa Produce this week. Their menu is inspired by taking "French cooking techniques and mixing them with coastal flavors from around the world." Follow them on Twitter at @VizziTruck.

In the mood for dessert? Cool Haus Ice Cream Truck serves all natural ice cream sandwiches in edible wrappers. Check out their Menu or follow them on Twitter at @coolhaus.

The chefs of Grill 'Em All Truck will be serving up their heavy metal hamburgers. You can find their menu here and follow them on Twitter at @GrillemAllTruck.

Rokyo Ramen Truck offers healthy on a comfort food classic: Their menu can be found here and you can follow them on Twitter at @eatrokyo.

The India Jones Chow Truck, the gourmet Indian street food truck, will be on hand at tonight's food truck fest. You can find their menu here and follow them on Twitter at @IndiaJonesCT

Ahn-Joo Truck: Korean Snack Food with a . You can find their menu here, and follow them on Twitter at @AhnJooLA.

Tapa Boy Truck promises "Filipino Food on Filipino Time," which means Filipino breakfast selections all day long.  You can check out their menu and follow them on Twitter at @TapaBoyLA for updates.

Wash down your Food Truck favorites with a tall tea from The Boba Truck. Check out their menu and follow them on Twitter at @TheBobaTruck.

Auntie's Fry Bread stakes their claim as first Native American Eatery of its kind in Los Angeles. You can learn more about their menu here or get live updates on Twitter by following them @auntiesfrybread.

How do you like your sushi burrito? Find out at the Jogasaki Burrito Truck. You can learn more about these Mexican/Japanese fusion offerings by following them on Twitter at @jogasakiburrito.


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