Seaside’s food trucks are one of the many reasons that so many people love to visit Seaside
when vacationing along 30A. Morning, noon, or night, whenever I go by the Seaside food trucks they are always busy with happy folks who are looking for something fantastic to eat.The trucks are actually vintage Airstreams that sit in a row across the street from the beach in Seaside and serve up a great variety of food and drinks that cater to everyone’s tastes. The Airstreams seem to add a fun element to Seaside – the town just wouldn’t br the same without them. Want to know more about the offerings they provide for hungry vacationers? Read on.
Barefoot BBQ is one of my personal favorites for meat that is hormone free, steroid free and antibiotic free. All produce is organic and local. We usually get the chicken BBQ sandwich which comes with two sides. I can tell you that their potato salad is amazing. Whenever I drive past Barefoot BBQ, I always slow down to get a whiff of the meats that they smoke on location. What an appetite builder!
The Melt Down is known for making the world’s best grilled cheese sandwiches. Not just ordinary grilled cheeses – -they put out ones filed with goat cheese, prosciutto,arugula and tomato. They also have roasted tomato soup and grilled pimento cheese sandwiches. Raw & Juicy serves organic juice smoothies, healthy snacks, like a black bean and avacado salad that is well loved. The owner also runs the Seaside Farmer’s Market each Saturday.
Wild Bill’s Beach Dogs are made with grass fed beef hot dogs and pasture raised turkey dogs. They also have a brat dog with grilled onions and special mustard. Frost Bites is very busy after folks have spent the day at the beach and are looking for something cold and refreshing for the walk home. They serve Hawaiian shaved ice, frozen custard and freshly squeezed lemonade and is very popular with the kids.