Cuisine: Tacos, nachos and burritos.
Owner: Pete Cimino and Chris Dorsaneo
Price range: $5-$10
Vehicles: OG (1987 Grumman Step Van), DOS (2003 Utilimaster Step Van), III (1999 Freightliner Step Van), 4.0 (2014 Ford F59).
Established: July 21, 2010 (at Main and Mohawk)
Best-selling items: Pork taco (with pickled red onions), $2.64; chicken burrito, $6.99.
Signature items: Fish tacos, $3.14; Krazy Corn during the summer (grilled corn on the cob topped with Krazy Corn sauce, cotija cheese, chili powder and cilantro).
Quirkiest item: Dirty South (buttermilk fried chicken, baby kale, bacon aioli, waffle pieces and maple syrup), $3.14 taco, $7.99 burrito. [Fish tacos and Dirty South are specialty items on the truck that aren't always available, but they're on the regular menu at the Taco Factory.]
[Read: See Lloyd's specials from its fifth birthday party in August 2015]
Regular locations: Main and Eagle (every Friday year-round and Monday through Friday for lunch during the summer), plus businesses and events.
When they serve: Lunch, dinner, late night.
Credit cards accepted: Yes
Brick and mortar location: Lloyd Taco Factory, 1503 Hertel Ave.
[Read: Starters at Lloyd Taco Factory]
Rotating menu: Yes
Miscellaneous: In July 2010, this became the first food truck to serve Buffalo. Lloyd now has four food trucks and a restaurant.