Minneapolis Food Trucks

Where to eat on the street in Minneapolis.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgGnocchi Me

Mpls., Northeast Mpls. Farmers' Market
Italian favorites such as potato gnocchi in brown butter and sage.
*Coming soon!

0512-GldnTmmy_180.jpgGolden Tummy

Occasionally found in St. Paul
Accepts credit cards
Americanized Chinese dishes, such as General Tso's, Hoisin wings, chicken teriyaki, cream cheese wontons, egg rolls, and dumplings.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgGreek Stop

Tradition Greek cuisine like falafel, hummus and gyros.

0512-Hola_180.jpgHola Arepa

Accepts credit cards
Arepas, cornmeal patties cooked on a griddle, are split and filled with antibiotic-free, naturally raised meat such as chicken or pulled pork, or vegetarian options. The entire menu is gluten free.


0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgHot Indian Foods

Accepts credit cards
Description: Indian food + burritos = Indurritos. Chicken, lamb, spinach, paneer, and chickpeas. Try some masala popcorn for a snack.

0512-HsofHunger.jpgHouse of Hunger

Accepts credit cards
Deep-fried hot dogs, tacos, sliders, and sides such as cheesy bacon fries, zucchini fries, and onion chips.

0512-LilGs.jpgLittle G's

Wood fired pizza, baked pasta.


Also found at the Midtown Farmers' Market, Saturdays May-October, Golden Valley Farmers' Market starting June 24
Kabobs and omelets with all kinds of fillings. Kabobs include Jamaican Jerk chicken, BBQ chicken and fruit with chocolate.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgLulu's Street Food

Accepts credit cards
Pulled pork and island-style tacos and sandwiches. Offers “urban eats on the streets.” An American-Caribbean fusion of food.

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Accepts credit cards
Burgers, chicken, and pork sandwiches all served on pretzel buns. Look for the “Which Came First” Burger soon: a ground chicken burger with an egg on top.

0512-Midnord_180.jpgThe MidNord Empanada Truck

Cash only
A rotating selection of empanadas, from beef, chicken, tuna, mac & cheese, and more. Also serving up sides and tasty desserts.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgThe Moral Omnivore

A sustainably produced menu with gourmet options, including the beet slider and the tomato BLT.

0512-Mustachios_180-(1).jpgMr. Mustachios

Cash only
Fish tacos, sliders and more.


0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgPaulette Bakery

Nicollet and 10th St.
Accepts credit card
A breakfast-oriented truck. Offers homemade croissants paired with Fresh Peace Coffee.

0512-Potters_180.jpgPotter's Pasties

Accepts credit cards
Traditional English pasties, with fillings ranging from chicken, pork, and beef to egg and “Thai Veg.” Also serves UK candy.

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

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