Roaming Food Trucks

Where to eat on the street! These roving restos can be found in the suburbs, at local events, and wandering throughout the Twin Cities.

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Serves St. Paul and Minneapolis
Accepts credit cards
Fresh gourmet cupcakes, iced coffees and lattes and cake crumble sundaes. Menu changes weekly.

0512-TheAnchorFshChps_180.jpgThe Anchor Fish & Chips

Can be found at festivals, markets, and events
Fish and chips, meat pastie, veggie pastie, battered sausage, curry or gravy chips, coleslaw.

0512-BigRiver_180-(1).jpgBig River Pizza

Attends farmers markets and outdoor events in the Twin Cities and seven county metro area. Also offers catering.
Accepts credit cards
Hand-crafted, wood-fired pizzas such as veggie, cheese, or make your own options, using organic and local ingredients when in season.

0512-Bloomys_180-(1).jpgBloomy’s Roast Beef

Serves St. Paul and Minneapolis
Accepts credit cards
Slow cooked roast steak/beef options, such as a French dip, a Philly, and Bloomy’s Classic (1/4 lb. roast beef) served on a bun. Sides include mac & cheese, mashed potatoes & gravy, and coleslaw.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgCajun 2 Geaux

Minneapolis and St. Paul
Accepts credit cards
The truck is painted lime green like an alligator. All your bayou favorites here: beignets, jambalaya, and shrimp po’ boys.

0512-DanielFrRst_180.jpgDaniel’s Fire Roast

Greater Twin Cities area
Cash only
Specializes in different types of tacos and burritos that feature their award-winningsalsas, as well as chicken wings.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgFalafel King

Serves Minneapolis and St. Paul
Pita sandwiches galore. Combo comes with choice of fries or rice. Also try the namesake favorite—deep-fried ball of ground chickpeas and fava beans with lettuce, tomatoes, and tahini dressing.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgJellybean & Julia’s

Located in Anoka
Husband and wife’s tag-teamed specialties home grown from their hobby farm or bought from local farmers. The food truck name comes from the couple’s daughters’ middle names. Hot Panini and cold sandwiches, pickled goods, homemade spreads, and cupcakes.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgMotley Crews Heavy Metal Grill

Lakeville-based, sometimes found in Minneapolis
Accepts credit cards
Burgers and hot sandwiches with memorable names such as Funky Philly (most popular), Chubby Chick, and Hot Chick. Pick your “main event.”


Serves Minneapolis and St. Paul
Accepts credit cards
Free-range wieners from Pastures A Plenty Farm, homemade sauerkraut, and five varieties of mustard.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgNo Name Steaks

Located in St. Michael
All your favorite No Name products conveniently on the go. Fish tacos, BBQ pulled pork and steak sandwiches that go easy on your wallet.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgRuhland’s Strudel Haus

Caters events around the Twin Cities
Sweet and savory strudels to satisfy any taste buds. Strudels range from apple and banana-chocolate-hazelnut to spinach-feta-artichoke. Handmade and freshly baked on site.

0512-NOPHOTO_180.jpgRusty Taco

Serves Minneapolis and St. Paul
Tacos for any time of the day. Options include roasted pork, brisket, shrimp, and fish to name a few.

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Located in Baxter, Minn. Caters around Brainerd and Nisswa area
Prairie Bay Grill and Catering’s ”local-motive” kitchen offers bistro-type sandwiches, tacos, burgers, and more.

0512-SmplyStv180.jpgSimply Steve's

Downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul
Accepts credit cards
One of the only trucks open for breakfast (with burritos and egg sandwiches). Their lunch—California burger, chili dog, French dip, grilled portabella sandwich, turkey burger, chicken Caesar tortilla and more.

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