Minneapolis Food Trucks

Where to eat on the street in Minneapolis.

WHERE TO FIND: Minneapolis trucks tend to gather on Marquette Avenue between 6th and 8th streets, and on 2nd Avenue between 5th and 6th streets.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgAussie's Kebabs

Cash only
First food truck in Minneapolis to strictly serve doner kebabs, which is lamb meat and chicken. Served with locally grown vegetables and a variety of sauces. 

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgAwesome Eats

Hearty burgers and sandwiches loaded with deli meats and served with beer-battered French fries.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgAZ Canteen

Accepts credit cards
A fresh take on some of Andrew Zimmern’s favorite foods he discovered on the road. Try a green papaya salad with pork belly and a fried egg, or be adventurous and dig into griddled veal tongue.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgCafé Racer

Your choice of chicken, beef, pork roast, and roasted vegetables in entrée, sandwich, and salad options. Gluten free items available. Cheesecake lollipops for your sweet tooth, too!

0512-ChefShack_180.jpgChef Shack

Minneapolis-based, found at farmers' markets on set days
Accepts credit cards
New American menu includes green curry, burgers, Indian-spiced mini donuts, soft-shell crab sandwiches, and tacos. Ingredients are from family farms and co-ops in Minn. and Wis., and organic when possible.

0512-CookNWhls_180-(1).jpgCook'n Wheels

Accepts credit cards
Deli sandwiches, fresh salads, pulled pork sliders, Chicago and New York style all Beef Polish, brats and hot dogs, and walkin' tacos.

0512-CruznCafe_180.jpgCruz’n Cafe

Accepts credit cards
Several coffee drinks, smoothies, pulled meat sandwiches, snacks, and more.

0512-Cupcake_180.jpgCupcake on the Go

Accepts credit cards
A mobile version of the shop on University offering cupcakes, frosting shots, and coffee from True Stone Coffee Roasters in St Paul.

0512-Dandelion_180-(1).jpgDandelion Kitchen

IDS plaza on Nicollet Mall
Accepts credit cards
Seasonal menu includes sandwiches such as roast chicken, BLT, grilled cheese, and duck confit, plus soup, salads, and house-made sodas.

0512-FoxyFalafel_180.jpgFoxy Falafel

Found in front of the St. Paul restaurant on Mondays, downtown Mpls. Tu-F, events and farmers' markets on weekends
Accepts credit cards
Falafels with hummus and all the fixings, stuffed in a whole wheat pita or served as a gluten free platter. All falafels are gluten-free and veg-friendly.

0512-GaiGaiThai_180.jpgGai Gai Thai

Can be found at Midtown or Bloomington Farmers' Market on Saturdays and Kingfield Farmers' Market on Sundays.
Accepts credit cards
Known for Thai omelet breakfast bowl. Also offers curries, soups, Thai tea, and more.

0512-GetSauced_180.jpgGet Sauced

Accepts credit cards
Tacos, BBQ meat sandwiches, and homemade sauces. The menu is based on local, sustainable, and environmentally-friendly products when possible.


Updated by Stephani Bloomquist, Jessica M. Fleming, and Hayley Schnell, May 2013

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