In case you hadn’t heard, the food truck trend was officially put on deathwatch some time ago. Crain’s started it. Eater and Salon concurred. And hell, we released a cryptic timeline not too long ago ourselves, chronicling the mobile eatery’s steady, inevitable demise. But until we’re officially unable to fulfill an on-the-go jones for bulgogi-stuffed tacos or Kool-Aid-marinated pickles (we’re looking at you, Wafels and Dinges!), there are still plenty of plucky purveyors worthy of our patronage. And each has what it takes to become a sustainable, brick-and-mortar business (if they haven’t gone that route already) that will carry their culinary concept through, even if trucks eventually go the way of the Dodo.