Cakes + Catering

Truck It

Cap off your night by bringing the food truck craze to your reception. It’s easier than you think . . . all you need is a place to park.

End your night with a food truck
Photo By: Steve Henke at Edina Country Club
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Pick the street fare your taste buds can’t live without:

Hola Arepa
The crew in the bright aqua truck stuffs griddled corn cakes with slow-roasted meats and sassy sauces. From veggie black bean to richly roasted pork options, it’s all locally sourced and strictly yummy.

612-217-0635, holaarepa.com


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Potter’s Pasties & Pies
Pasties are like flaky, rich, meaty pot pies you can eat with your hands. You’re welcome.

612-819-3107, potterspasties.com


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Saucy Burt’s
It started with a girl, a cart, and a missile of a meatball sandwich. New: chicken meatballs.

saucyburts.com


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Vellee Deli
From fat curry burritos to crispy, addictive mini egg rolls, the multicultural eats are tops.

763-290-2994, velleedeli.com


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NateDogs
Half the charm of the hot dogs is their all-natural goodness; the other half is Nate, who sells them.

763-238-7763, natedogs.com


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Gastro Truck
A chef loves his sliders, and Stephen Trojahn’s dead-on smoked meatloaf sliders prove the rule.

763-607-6055, gastrotruck.mobi


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The Twisted Sister House of Hunger
Loaded fried potatoes come with cheddar sauce, sour cream, and applewood-smoked bacon.

houseofhunger.com

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