La Plancha, Ensenada and Dos Fronteras have all opened in Austin this summer.

1. La Plancha opened its first location at 1701 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Austin, on July 1. According to co-owner Julian Richmond, La Plancha has goals to be Austin’s primary torta scene, offering both traditional recipes and Austin twists. They also have street food, such as churros, corn and fritas as well as vegan-friendly and kid-friendly options. They have an intimate inside space with 20 seats and an outdoor patio. La Plancha works with local farmers and bakeries for all the ingredients on the menu. 512-551-2569.

2. Ensenada, a Mexican seafood truck, opened at 2701 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Austin, in June. Ensenada is named after a port city on the Pacific coast of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula that is famous for its fried fish tacos. Reflecting the cuisine of the city, the food truck offers fish and shrimp tacos, ceviche tostadas and BYOB micheladas. Ensenada is owned by mother and daughter Liz Everett and Stephanie Everett Martin. @​​ensenadatx

3. Dos Fronteras, a Mexican-Guatemalan food truck, opened June 2. In addition to traditional Mexican food, such as quesadillas and empanadas, Dos Fronteras serves a type of food from Guatemala called “comida chapin,” including churrascos and garnachas. They also have breakfast tacos. Dos Fronteras is located at 3842 Airport Blvd., Austin. 512-855-0545