Chase Down Burgers, Schnitty, And Gelato, These Are 10 Of Sydney’s Tastiest Food Trucks (2023)

Food Trucks

By Lucy Bell Bird
27th Oct 2020

Food trucks are having a bit of a renaissance right now. Maybe it’s because in 2020—with all our pent-up wanderlust—we’re so keen to start travelling that we’re looking for restaurants that can literally hit the road. Maybe we are just looking for reasons to get out of our house, or potentially it’s just that some food tastes better when it’s cooked in a movable kitchen in a jazzed-up van.

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Whatever the reason, we’re fully prepared to chase down Sydney’s best meals on wheels this spring and summer, and herewe’ve got the inside scoop on all the best food trucks in town, where to find them, and what they are serving up.

From breakfast spots toschnitzel vans, taco trucks, and roaming ice cream, eat your way through the day with the ten best food trucks in Sydney.

Scramble and Bean

Chase Down Burgers, Schnitty, And Gelato, These Are 10 Of Sydney’s Tastiest Food Trucks (1)Scramble and Bean is a cute little caravan churning out fluffy, buttery, cheesy scrambled eggs topped with parmesan served with delicious organic sourdough bread from Brickfields or, for $2 extra, you can get your scramble on a croissant. They’re also dishing up delicious gourmet four-cheese toasties which make the perfect comfort food or hangover cure. You can also pick up delectable specials like blue cheese, cauliflower and pancetta soup, and sweet treats like carrot cake, chocolate brownies, and croissants.

Where To Find It

The caravan is parked down on Waratah Street in Rushcutters Bay right next toReg Bartley Oval from Saturday to Monday from 9am to 1pm, so you can get your brunch and eat on a bench in one of the prettiest parks in Sydney. You can check up on the exact location of the van by checking out their Instagram.

Rico’s Taco Truck

Chase Down Burgers, Schnitty, And Gelato, These Are 10 Of Sydney’s Tastiest Food Trucks (2)Taco King, AKA Toby Wilson, has never found a venue—big or small—that he couldn’t shake up.The chef behind Ghostboy Cantina and Taco King is now taking his game on the road (literally). Wilson is the brains behind Rico’s Taco Truck, which is currently parked outside the Messina HQ. The tacos from Rico’s will set you back a very reasonable $6. There are three tacos on the menu—the chorizo “al pastor” taco, which is filled with spicy house-made chorizo, potato, salsa verde, and pineapple; a Jalisco-style braised-beef taco with salsa Roja; and a cauliflower taco with salsa macha and tahini.

Also on the menu, there’s corn chips and salsa ($8) and black beans and rice ($6), which will help you to take this little take away feed and make it into a whole damn feast. On the drinks front, there’s a couple of soft drinks and cashew and malt horchata.Plus, the benefits of being based in the Gelato Messina parking lot speaks for itself—you’re mere metres away from a scoop of Sydney’s finest.

Where To Find It

Rico's Taco Truck will be serving up the goods from Gelato Messina HQ at 58 Mentmore Avenue, Rosebery until the end of the year. Opening hours are Thursday 5pm to 9pm, Friday and Saturday 12pm to 9pm, and Sunday from 12pm until sold out. Head here to check them out on Instagram.

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Mister Gee

Chase Down Burgers, Schnitty, And Gelato, These Are 10 Of Sydney’s Tastiest Food Trucks (3)Burgers and food trucks go together like milk and honey, like hangovers and Macca’s runs, like wine and more wine… We reckon these delicious, greasy, soul-satisfying burgers taste that much better for being made in a food truck. The Mister Gee Burger Truck does not disappoint—our faves on the menu include the"1-900-Burger", which is made up of hand-pressed beef patty, double cheese, grilled onions, burnt pineapples, bacon jam, sriracha-maple mayo; the "OG Truffle" with a perfectly seasoned patty, havarti cheese, caramelized onions, and truffle mayo; andthe "Stoners Revenge" burger with a grass-fed patty, double cheese, dill pickles, pickled onions, salt and vinegar chips, streaky bacon, and stoner sauce.

Now, let’s talk sides! To start, so many types of fries. They’ve got staples such as plain, truffle fries, and chilli cheese fries, and rotating specials like jerk fries, harajuku fries, and bacon boy fries. You can wash it all down with a shake and one (or ten) of their hot cinnamon donuts.

Where To Find It

Mister Gee hasa physical location at North Strathfield and their truck sets up shop at 315 Parramatta Road, Haberfield. You can check out their Instagram here.

Superior Burger

Chase Down Burgers, Schnitty, And Gelato, These Are 10 Of Sydney’s Tastiest Food Trucks (4)We love it when Sydney can still surprise us. Superior Burger is just that—a wonderful, wonderful surprise. Their homebase in Wakely has been open since 2016 and a year later they found Sullo, a 1950s school bus, and converted him into a food truck, which they used to sell their burgers at local markets and festivals. Sadly due to COVID, Sullo has been out of commission, however, his wonderful owners decided they simply couldn’t stand for that! They found an empty warehouse space in Mortlake and have transformed it into a home for Sullo! The vintage bus takes pride of place out front, inside the car park there’s a beautifully designed space with palm trees, pastel vibes, and a vintage turquoise and white caravan (a friend for Sullo!) where punters can place their orders.

Speaking of orders, the menu here is great. By and large Sullo churns out the same offerings as the Wakely venue with their signature Superior Burger with two hand-pressed patties, cheese, the typical fixings and a secret sauce; a juicy chicken burger; a vegetarian field mushroom burger, and a rotating menu of specials. Their sides are also legendary. They've got delicious loaded fries, coleslaw and mash—but the real showstopper here is the potato scallops. They might be some of the best in Sydney.

Where To Find It

Sullo is now parked at162/1 Bertram St, Mortlake, and is open Wednesday6pm to 9pm, and Thursday through Sunday for lunch from 12pm to 3pm, and dinner from 6pm to 9pm.

Urban Pasta

We all love pasta, for some of us it’s practically a religion and we should be able to get our hands on a good bowl of pasta no matter where we are—and with Urban Pasta that’s exactly what you can do.Once you rock up at the food truck you simply choose between penne, potato gnocchi, or ravioli and then select your sauce from napolitana, creamy pesto, bolognese, or boscaiola, topped with parmesan cheese or chilli.

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Where To Find It

This food truck tends to roam around a whole hell of a lot so if you’re looking to find out where this truck is popping up next, take a look at their Instagram.


This food truck from Raymond Hou has long been a mainstay in Chinatown where they've been trading, under one name or another, for the last 13 years. Firepop does one thing and it does it damn well: skewers.What makes the skewers at Firepop stand out from the crowd is the quality of their ingredients. Hou cares deeply about the meat that makes up his "pops"—he’s known to hand out pamphlets to each customer with detailed information about how he sources his meat.

The grilled lamb skewers here are the showstopper, lovingly coated in cumin and chilli (you can pick up five for $13.50—bargain!). Recently, Firepop has also expanded its repertoire and they’re skewering up eel and fried tofu.

Where To Find It

They tend to base themselves in Chinatown and it’s usually a safe bet that you’llcatch them doing their thing on Friday nights at the Dixon Street markets, but for up-to-date info on their whereabouts, you can head here.

Veggie Patch Van

The local legends behind Yulli’s have teamed up with the TMOD design studio to bring us the Veggie Patch food van. The Veggie Patch is all about providing high-quality, vegetarian food made with seasonal produce sourced from local growers. The vibe here is very much "paddock to plate",minimally processed with maximum flavour.

The van itself is dressed up to look like a barn house surrounded by a veggie patch. Expect crispy enoki bao buns, tom yum, curry puffs, and eggplant katsu burgers as well as amazing seasonal salads.

Where To Find It

The van is located in Byron Bayand represents everything we love about Byron. The team is committed to keeping their environmental impact to an absolute minimum with compostable packaging, solar panels, and a van that literally runs on vegetable oil. To keep up to date on what they’re doing lately you can check out their Instagram.

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Wholly Schnit

Chase Down Burgers, Schnitty, And Gelato, These Are 10 Of Sydney’s Tastiest Food Trucks (5)As its name might suggest, Wholly Schnitis a mobile schnitzel factory. Built into an old 1994 Isuzu van turned rolling schnitzel shrine, the menu includes staples like plain schnitzel made to order, or, if you’re the go big or go home type, you can get about half a kilos-worth of schnitty on a bed of fries and, of course, the OG schnitzel, chips, and gravy.

If you want to amp up your feasting even more, there’s a handmade chicken schnitzel loaded with chips, mozzarella, and gravy; a “Schnit Between Your Buns” packed with coleslaw, cheese, mayo, and your choice of chilli; and the food truck'ssignature “Wholly Schnit”. Think a mammoth chicken schnitzel topped with mash potato, mushy peas, and gravy. In our humble opinion, this little van is home to some of Sydney’s best schnitzel.

Where To Find It

Thisfood truck can be found wheeling around the suburbs of Waterloo (at 5 Potter Street on Tuesdays) and Chifley (18 Warburton Street from Wednesday throughSunday).

Kerbside Creamery

Chase Down Burgers, Schnitty, And Gelato, These Are 10 Of Sydney’s Tastiest Food Trucks (6)In the "food on a stick"world, this is the holy grail. Looking to be convinced? Wehave one simple phrase: Biscoff cheesecake on a stick. The good folks at Kerbside Creamery see our kebabs and chips on a stick and they raise you desserton a stick. This entire food truck is a dessert dream, dedicated to chunky cheesecake slices served on a stick otherwise known as "cakesicles".

Expect cheesecakecovered in Belgium chocolate, peanut butter, Reese's pieces, Golden Gaytime, and ‘s'mores. There’s also tricked out strawberries on a stick if you’re looking for something just a little bit healthy.

Where To Find It

Check the Kerbside Creamery Instagram here.

Messina Van

Chase Down Burgers, Schnitty, And Gelato, These Are 10 Of Sydney’s Tastiest Food Trucks (7)The following food truck needs no introduction. If you live in Sydney, you probably love and worship Messina: it’s a Sydney institution. The start of summer signals its Messina season again and their bougie as heck ice cream van will begin circling Sydney. This adorable retro orange and green ice cream van comes out of hibernation at the end of the winter and makes her way around Sydney to offer you the "cream of your dreams".

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Where To Find It

The van tends to hang out near Bondi Beach because, let’s face it, you can’t beat that view, but it’s been known to pop-up at other locations around Sydney. Check Messina's Instagram here.

While you're here, check out this list of Sydney's best burgers.

Image credit: Messina, Scramble and Bean, Rico's Food Truck, Mister Gee, Superior Burger, Wholly Schnit, Kerbside Creamery, Messina


What were 2 terms used to describe the first food trucks that served cowboys and urban workers right after the Civil War? ›

Chuck wagons and pushcarts served cowboys and urban workers, respectively, all the way back to the years right after the Civil War.

What were the first 2 foods sold on a food truck? ›

The very first food trucks date back to the chuckwagon. These covered wagons sold perishable food to cowboys and loggers in the American wilderness. In a typical chuck wagon, you'd find beans, cured meat, coffee, and biscuits. It would also carry water, and wood to build fires.

Why do millennials eat at food trucks? ›

Self-identified as the “foodie generation” (Fromm, 2014), 47% of millennials have eaten from food trucks (Coughlin, 2016). The popularity of food trucks in this group is primarily due to their “authentic and brandless” appearance to a generation that thrives on “originality and novelty” (Coughlin, 2016).

What did cowboys call a meal? ›

Cowboys in the United States relished similar "chuck" (also called grub or chow). Canned and dried fruit, "overland trout" (bacon), beans, fresh meat, soda biscuits, tea, and coffee. Breakfast might include eggs or salt pork. Eggs, sometimes shipped west for considerable distances, sometimes went bad.

What two traditions did food trucks stem from? ›

The customization of the wagon and its ability to prepare and cook food makes the chuck wagon the most direct ancestor of the modern-day food truck. The pushcart was another important dining tradition that helped pave the way for the modern food truck to be what it is today.

Who eats most from food trucks? ›

Middle-class millennials are the target audience for food truck businesses. 43% of monthly food truck spending is attributed to people between the ages of 25 and 44, and an additional 20% is attributed to people under the age of 25.

Are food trucks healthier than fast food? ›

For this reason, people keep looking for food trucks rather than fast foods. The dishes tend to be tastier – but at the same time, they are likely to retain the nutrients of the ingredients. It's a healthier alternative to the kebabs, burritos, fries, hamburgers, and other typical foods you find in a fast food.

What is the most profitable food truck item? ›

Barbecue is consistently rated as North America's most popular – and most profitable – food truck item. Find out what kind of BBQ your customers want, and you'll be the hottest eatery on the block. With some simple spices, sauces, and seasonings, you can make any kind of BBQ your own.

What were food trucks called in the 70s? ›

Taco trucks emerged with an increase of immigrants from Mexico, becoming popularized in the 1970s. Often, referred to as “Roach Coaches” – not the most appetizing name – the food truck wasn't the affordable, hot off the grill, gourmet samplings that we know and love today.

Why are food trucks called roach coaches? ›

The term roach coach was used to describe white and grey food trucks that frequented construction and other worksites during the 70s and 80s. These vehicles got their name by due to their questionable sanitation practices.

What is the most common food truck cuisine? ›

Street food truck

At the core of the food truck movement is a love of street food – tacos, kebabs, and sandwiches are some of the most common food truck fare. Street food trucks stick to classic dishes that can be prepped and assembled quickly.

How old are millennials? ›

Encyclopædia Britannica defines millennials as "the term used to describe a person born between 1981 and 1996, though different sources can vary by a year or two." Australia's McCrindle Research uses 1980–1994 as Generation Y (millennial) birth years.

Why do people snack on junk food? ›

While we may feel that we enjoy junk food just because it tastes so good, there is a scientific explanation for why we want to have more of it. Our brain encourages us to seek experiences that we find pleasurable, including eating tasty food.

Why do people eat at food trucks? ›

Convenient Meals

If you find yourself rushing to work on an empty stomach, you simply don't have the time to sit down and dine at a restaurant. Your best bet for a meal are food trucks. Meals from this special brand of street food can be eaten on the go.

What do cowboys call a bar? ›

A Western saloon is a kind of bar particular to the Old West. Saloons served customers such as fur trappers, cowboys, soldiers, lumberjacks, businessmen, lawmen, outlaws, miners, and gamblers.

What do cowboys call whiskey? ›

Old Orchard – Whiskey. Old Pie – An expression of admiration or approval. Old Pod – Old man. Old Rackatee – A gun.

What do cowboys call beer? ›

But after the Civil War, beer started showing up in Western saloons and became very popular, as well. It had as many colorful monikers as whiskey: John Barleycorn, purge, hop juice, calobogus, wobbly pop, mancation, let's mosey, laughing water, mad dog, Jesus juice, pig's ear, strike-me-dead, even heavy wet.

Who started the food truck craze? ›

One of the earliest and best-known examples of this phenomenon at work is the Los Angeles food truck Kogi founded by chefs Roy Choi and Mark Manguera.

What chef started in a food truck? ›

Choi is a chef who is celebrated for "food that isn't fancy" and is known as one of the founders of the gourmet food truck movement.
Roy Choi
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Who eats the most junk food? ›

This shouldn't be much of a surprise, the United States is the biggest fast-food consumer in the world.

How much do most food trucks make a day? ›

How much money an average food truck can make depends on the price of the menu, the market, and how busy the truck gets. One source says that food trucks can make an average revenue of $250,000 to $500,000 annually. *** That breaks down to $20,000 to $42,000 per month, or $667 to $1,400 per day.

Why do most food trucks fail? ›

Why do food trucks fail? Sometimes food trucks can fail to become profitable due to reasons out of your control. In most cases, however, problems are caused by a lack of preparation or misguided business decisions.

What are 3 disadvantages of a food truck business? ›

What Are The Cons of Opening a Food Truck?
  • You'll Work in a Small Space. ...
  • You Must Abide by Local Zoning Laws. ...
  • You'll Need to Be Prepared to Pay for Future Repairs. ...
  • There's Considerable Competition in this Industry.
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Is it hard to make money with a food truck? ›

Most food trucks can expect to become profitable within the first year and a half to two years, depending on the food costs and your businesses' and region's KPIs. You'll have to work to ensure that your food truck becomes profitable before you spend through your contingency funds and financing.

Are tacos from a taco truck healthy? ›

Almost all food trucks that specialize in tacos have great things going for them: they are portion controlled, typically have a protein source in them, and are loaded with veggies on top! Most food truck tacos aren't loaded with sauces and cheeses like sit-down Mexican restaurants, so you can save a lot of calories.

What is the most profitable item in fast food? ›

Here are a few recommendations for profitable fast-food items for your restaurant.
  • Specifying Meals. Provide customers with the specific meals for the time of their order. ...
  • Hot and Cold Beverages. ...
  • Soups and Stews. ...
  • Pizzas. ...
  • Special Kids Menu. ...
  • Nose-to-Tail Items. ...
  • Providing Add-ons and Side Options. ...
  • Using Deals and Offers.
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How many items should be on a food truck menu? ›

A good rule of thumb is that most food trucks can handle five to 12 different menu items at any given time. The fewer the better to keep your quality top notch.

What are food trucks called in Japan? ›

A yatai (屋台) is a small, mobile food stall in Japan typically selling ramen or other food.

What does roach coach mean? ›

roach coach (plural roach coaches) (idiomatic, humorous) A catering or food truck.

What is a name for a food truck? ›

Food Truck Name Ideas List
24/7 Food DeliveryAdventuring AppetitesAloha Plate
Big Bob's BurritosBing Mi Food TruckBite Sized Burgers
Bliss WheelsBlue Crew FoodsBobo's Chicken
Border GrillBoxtruck TakeoutBread Wings
Brunch WheelsBullseye BurritosBurger Bus
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Why do they call it roach? ›

According to Callier the term roach was inspired by the Latin American folk song “La Cucaracha". While the exact origins of the song remain unknown the version that is thought to have referenced the roach is the commonly cited version that ridicules Mexican Revolutionary leader Pancho Villa.

What is it called when a bunch of food trucks get together? ›

Mobile Food Service Unit (MSFU) is a fancy government term to group Food Trucks, Trailers, and pushcarts together into one term.

How many chefs are in a food truck? ›

Most food truck operations have one chef on the truck, and the remaining kitchen staff are cooks. Cooks (also part of the back of house) are one of the most integral parts of a food truck dining experience, because, no matter how well your service is, your customers judge by the taste of their meal.

What city has the most food trucks? ›

Los Angeles has the most food trucks with 715, while Virginia Beach has the fewest with 28. The top 15 cities have an average of nine food trucks per 100,000 residents.
The Best 15 Food Truck Cities in America
  • Providence, RI.
  • San Jose, CA.
  • Tampa, FL.
  • San Antonio, TX.
  • Seattle, WA.
  • San Francisco, CA.
  • Phoenix, AZ.
  • Las Vegas, NV.
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What is a good profit margin for a food truck? ›

Food truck profit margin

Profit margins in food service as a whole average between 3 and 8%. But to reach a profit margin in the positives, you'll need to break even on your startup costs.

How old will millennials be in 2050? ›

The millennial generation includes individuals born between 1981 and 1996. 12 Members of this group are between the ages of 22 and 37 as of 2018. By 2050, they will be between the ages of 54 and 69.

What generation is a 46 year old? ›

Generations defined by name, birth year, and ages in 2023
GenerationsBornCurrent Ages
Millennials1981 – 199627 – 42
Gen X1965 – 198043 – 58
Boomers II (a/k/a Generation Jones)*1955 – 196459 – 68
Boomers I*1946 – 195469 – 77
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What is the generation born in the 80s called? ›

Generation X (circa 1965 to 1980) Millennial Generation (circa 1981 to 1996) Gen Z (post-Millennial) (circa 1997 to 2012)

What happens if you don't eat junk food for a month? ›

Cutting back on junk food means you'll be receiving less amounts of fat, sugar and calories, which will naturally lead to weight loss. You'll feel more energetic. Receiving more calories from junk food doesn't mean you're obtaining enough nutritional substance.

How many meals should you eat a day? ›

The Theory: Nutrition experts tend to recommend eating 3 balanced meals (350 to 600 calories each) and 1 to 3 snacks per day (between 150 and 200 calories each). The calories for each meal and snack depend on a variety of factors including, height, weight, age, gender and activity level.

Is it rude not to tip a food truck? ›

Should I leave a tip? It might be rude to skip the tip for your waiter in a restaurant, but that definitely does not apply to food trucks. Since there's no middleman between the chef and the customer, it's not necessary.

Do truck drivers eat fast food? ›

It's no secret that convenience is key for truck drivers, which is why when it comes to eating and meals, they often rely on fast food options.

Why are food trucks so popular in America? ›

The Economic Downturn

Why was Street Food so popular during a depression? Street Food was affordable in comparison to Dine-In restaurants. Food Trucks were able to offer great quality food at reasonable costs because of the low overhead they had.

What was the first food truck called? ›

While all this is true, there is one particular legacy he left behind that has influenced the hospitality industry today: he invented the original food truck, the chuck wagon.

What were 2 roles early cowboys played? ›

In addition to herding cattle, they also helped care for horses, repaired fences and buildings, worked cattle drives and in some cases helped establish frontier towns.

What were the first cowboys called? ›

Cowboys have been, and continue to be, an important part of the West. Vaqueros were the first cowboys. Vaquero culture in North America goes back as far as the 1680s.

Where was the term cowboy first used? ›

Vaquero was derived from vaca, meaning "cow", which came from the Latin word vacca. "Cowboy" was first used in print by Jonathan Swift in 1725, and was used in the British Isles from 1820 to 1850 to describe young boys who tended the family or community cows.

Who started the food truck trend? ›

According to the NY Times, the entire food truck industry can be traced back to the year 1872 when Walter Scott, a vendor, parked his covered wagon in front of a local newspaper office in Providence, Rhode Island.

What is the most popular type of food truck? ›

Street food truck

At the core of the food truck movement is a love of street food – tacos, kebabs, and sandwiches are some of the most common food truck fare. Street food trucks stick to classic dishes that can be prepped and assembled quickly. That way, they can serve quality food to on-the-go eaters.

Who came up with the food truck idea? ›

Chuck Wagons: The First Food Trucks

The chuck wagon was the grandfather of mobile food experiences in the early days of the United States. Chuck wagons were created by Charles Goodnight in the mid-1800s. As a prominent rancher, Goodnight came up with the food cart idea during lengthy cattle drives.

Why do cowboys get up so early? ›

The Cattle Drive

Cattle drives were tough work. Cowboys would get up early in the morning and "guide" the herd to the next stopping point for the night. The senior riders got to be at the front of the herd. The junior cowboys had to stay at the back where it was dusty from the large herd.

What were black cowboys called? ›

Originally, White cowboys were called cowhands, and African Americans were pejoratively referred to as “cowboys.” African American men being called “boy” regardless of their age stems from slavery and the plantation era in the South.

What does cowboy mean in slang? ›

/ˈkaʊbɔɪ/ us. someone who is dishonest or careless in their trade or business: cowboy builder/trader.

What is a Mexican cowboy called? ›

"Vaquero" is the name for a Mexican cowboy and the likely term that evolved into the Anglo word for cowboy, "buckaroo."

What was the average age of a cowboy? ›

The average cowboy was 16 to 30 years old. He was paid very little money (about $1 a day). The work was often tedious. Much of the country where the cowboys worked was unfenced "open range," where ranchers grazed their cattle.

Why do cowboys wear cowboy hats? ›

The cowboy hat was designed to protect working cattlemen as they toiled, all day long, under the hot western sun. Nowadays, cowboy hats are worn for all sorts of purposes, from special occasions to a hard day's work.

What color was the first cowboy? ›

Why the first US cowboys were black.

Who is the first black cowboy? ›

“Almost totally missing from the traditional history of the American West is the role of the Black cowboy as well as other Black pioneers who traveled through and settled during the nineteenth century in the vast territory west of the Mississippi,” writes Bennie J.

What state has the most cowboys? ›

There's a reason Wyoming is known as the Cowboy State. For many Wyomingites, the Code of the West is an integral part of daily life; residents and travelers alike will see it in the form of warm greetings, neighbors offering to lend a helping hand and a respect for the land.


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