|Signature Dish: Cluster Funk|
Then, I noticed the truck's mouth-watering photos of boiled crawfish and crab legs as well as yummy desserts such as the "Red-Headed Step Child" - a concoction of red velvet cupcakes, New York-style cheesecake and cream cheese frosting. Still, I wondered how the truck owners, Stacie and Dino Smith, came up with the unique name.
"We created all the dishes ourselves, and the menu seemed random at the time: seafood, barbecue, and other random items. We figured, it's a cluster you-know-what, so we'll go with that for the name of the truck!" Stacie Smith told Flavorful Excursions. "Cluster Funk" is also the name of the truck's signature dish: a mix of snow crab legs, red potatoes, and corn on the cob, cooked in a garlic butter sauce.
|Red-Headed Step Child|
Cluster Funk serves up primarily seafood dishes but has created other delicious options for those allergic to seafood, including a Steak and Cheese Sandwich and "Fingers on Fire" - a fried chicken finger sandwich and spicy seasoned fries topped with Bayou Mayo and Guava Spicy Drizzle.
Where: Cluster Funk's schedule changes weekly, so check their Facebook page for updates. You can find them most Wednesdays at the intersection of Conway Rd. and Gatlin Rd. for "Wild Wednesdays" - a gathering of a few local food trucks.