Summer Dining Guide
Tasty suggestions for making the most of summer in the Twin Cities.
Get it to Go
Five new food trucks you can't pass up.
Home Street Home Food Truck
Bloomy’s Roast Beef
A Kickstarter success story, Bloomy’s is rolling into town with all ovens on board. The crew, which slow-roasts beef right in the truck, is committed to all-natural goods on the simple classic beef sandwich, the French dip with provolone, and the Longhorn with smoked cheddar and house BBQ sauce. Twitter: @bloomysrb
The Anchor Fish & Chips Food Truck
Our favorite local chipper is hitting the streets with the supremely crisped fish, hearty pasties of both meat and veggie varieties, battered sausages, and that deadly good curry gravy to make a mess of it all.
Home Street Home Truck
You’ll find a rotating menu of handy eats made proudly with local ingredients. Pulled pork is slow-cooked in Summit IPA, grass-fed burgers are stuffed with blue cheese and hit with housemade citrus ketchup on a buttery St. Agnes bun, and a grilled four-cheese sandwich comes with jalapeno-raspberry jam. Twitter: @homestrthometrk
Dan Docken, the actual Tot Boss, is taking his Tater Tot snacking obsession to the streets. It’s not complicated, but it is yummy: Bacon-wrapped tots come with cheddar dipping sauce, chili tots come slathered in chili and cheese sauce, the tot ’n’ beef burrito comes with everything jammed in a tortilla, and of course there’s the classic hot dish topped with tots. Twitter: @totbosstruck
Don’t let the retro vibe fool you—these cats are all up to date. Fries are cooked in pure duck fat, special burgers make the rotation (the elote burger has grilled corn, cotija cheese, and lime mayo), and the milk shakes are made with their own small-batch ice creams. Twitter: @neatosburgers