Your roadmap to all of the food trucks roaming the Twin Cities' streets.
Seasonal and fusion-inspired street eats with a brick and mortar location on Lyndale, WSK serves fun and tasty mash ups such as the kofta meatball sandwich, curry chicken banh mi, yum yum rice bowl, and weekly specials such as the Bangkok Burrito.
Locally sourced ingredients top a Minnesotan sourdough crust on these wood-fired pizzas, now rolling out to private parties, festivals, music events—basically any occasion that could also double as a pizza party (shouldn't everything?).
A modern mix of Southern and Caribbean cooking, featuring items such as Jamaican patties, curry chicken, jerk chicken, oxtail, Caribbean lemonade, and sweet potato pie.
Get your "Curbside Comfort Cusine" in the form of wings, burgers, and chicken sandwiches from this hippied-out St. Paul truck.
Scratch-made Italian sandwiches featuring cold cuts, eggplant, Italian beef, and a specialty meatball sub, with sides such as parmesan fritters. Find it in downtown Minneapolis, and at breweries and farmers markets.
Mexican-Asian fusion food putting a twist on fresh ingredients in dishes such as the bulgogi burrito, fish tacos, banh mis, generously stuffed quesadillas, and egg rolls.
This zombiefied member of the Psycho Suzi's family serves signature items such as melties—cheese, veggies, and meats made warm and gooey in a buttery grilled tortilla—with neon prickly pear lemonade. Usually found outside Betty Danger's.
This truck features hearty pizzas made of local and organic ingredients, cooked up in a big, big wood-fired oven affectionately named Wilson. Lots of work went into the recipe for perfectly crispy, bubbly crust, which comes in whole wheat and gluten
The name is straightforward, but the menu is lively, with turkey salads, creatively flavored pita wraps, drumsticks, and of course, gigantic sandwiches with your choice of veggies and toppings.
Authentic Mexican street food made of fresh ingredients out of a brightly patterned truck. Snag pork, steak, and veggie tacos, plus tortas, tamales, tortilla soup, and Mexican sweet corn. Also try the house specialty: slow cooked pork shank in a flav
Find comfort in the flavor of a delicious hot dog or sausage, as well as knowing this family-raised pork is lower in saturated fat and higher in omega 3 fatty acids.
Tropically inspired cuisine for Minnesotans. Fish tacos, Kalua pork sandwich and tiki cakes (crab and shrimp made into a patty with seasonings) are worth a bite, each kicked up a notch with generous helpings of special sauces.
The truck version of the Northeast barroom kitchen specializes in brisket and pork in a variety of toothsome and savory dishes, such as brisket nachos and shredded chicken tacos.
This BBQ stand with a zest for frying features burgers, pulled pork sandwiches, beef dogs, and slow-roasted beef brisket, alongside baskets of chicken, fish, or shrimp.
Simply Steve's serves up a variety of burgers, including a California burger, black bean quinoa burger, and a Cajun turkey burger, plus Cuban burritos and bowls, tacos, grill sandwiches, and more.
This truck and its scratch-made Asian-style sandwiches were featured on Food Network in 2013. Pick up one in sesame beef, pork and shrimp, or spicy mock duck, and maybe a side of pork egg rolls.
Sandy's serves all-american fare such as charbroiled burgers and dogs paired with fries, plus comfort food sides such as coleslaw, cheese curds, and breaded mushrooms. On hot days you can cool down with a fresh Italian ice, too.
The Salsa Spot strives to serve authentic Mexican cuisine made from fresh ingredients, with ceviche and pescadilla joining more familiar items such as enchiladas and tacos.
This truck touts "authentic Italian Cuisine," but the menu of sausage and pepper hoagies and meatball sliders says classic Italian-American street eats. You can also grab a salad or a fresh-made daily pasta special.
Tacos for any time of the day, served in warm tortillas—yep, that means breakfast tacos, too. Fill them up with roasted pork, brisket, shrimp, fish, and more, with other fresh toppings and ingredients.
From local pub, Republic, comes Red River Kitchen. The truck offers up burgers, tacos, poutine, and more with a focus on local ingredients.
Classic comfort food with a heavy emphasis on mac 'n' cheese, including a "build your own" option with a variety of toppings and ingredients. Also serving grilled sandwiches and rotating specials.
The Red Pig & Truffle focuses on sandwiches, featuring items such as the Red Pig Reuben, Turkey Pesto, and the Mozza Caprese Melt. Check Facebook and Twitter for menu updates.
Traditional (and some less so) English pasties, with fillings ranging from chicken, pork, and beef to egg and “Thai Veg.” Also serves UK candy.
A former professional soccer goalie from Egypt serves up traditional Egyptian-style gyros with his own special sauce, chicken and falafel sandwiches, and sides like a Greek salad with gyro meat and hummus with pita.
Straightforward menu specializing in Philly cheesesteak sandwiches, made using a secret spice blend and slicing technique for the sirloin. Sandwiches can be ordered with chicken or vegetarian instead of steak.
Specializing in diverse finger food, the Hotbox dishes out chilaquiles, cream cheese wontons, wings, weiners, bahn mi, and beer battered ramps (a wild onion species).
New to the scene, this roving truck serves up the pressed Italian-style sandwiches in varieties such as chicken club, Cuban, Mediterranean, and Spam.
Formerly dealing out of a yellow trailer, Outlaw now slings grilled pita wraps out of a flame-emblazoned truck. They stuff 'em with steak, buffalo chicken, andouille, quinoa, or shrimp, and also have gyro and Philly varieties.
This truck features creative takes on the grilled cheese sandwich, with tasty and sometimes unexpected ingredients such as Spanish rice and salsa or garlic mashed potatoes.
Old timey drive-in fare served out of a '50s kitsch truck, featuring burgers, authentic Coney Islands, and fresh cut fries cooked the indulgent and undeniably delicious way: in duck fat.
All natural, skin-on wieners from Minnesota farms, topped with Nate's famous mustards and scratch-made condiments.
Solving the dilemma with organic and sustainable eats, this earnest truck's gourmet goodies include curried mushroom fries, beet sliders, and fried tomato BLTs.
A rotating selection of traditional as well as adventurous empanadas—beef, chicken, Juicy Lucy, mac 'n' cheese, and more. Also serving up sides (plantains!) and tasty desserts.
An American-Caribbean fusion of “urban eats on the streets," with island-style tacos, sandwiches, and plenty of pulled pork and red cabbage slaw filling out flavorful dishes.
With locally-sourced ingredients and a menu crafted by Twin Cities restaurant chefs, Loud Mouth aims to please with its burgers, Alaskan salmon sandwiches and tacos, pulled pork, jerk wings, and chili.
An impressive wood-fired pizza oven rigged up to the truck (Expect pizzas such as the Drunken Nordeast: polish sausage, sauerkraut, and cheese), plus baked pasta dishes paired with cheese and garlic bread, and other Italian American comfort food fare
Kona Ice is a family-oriented shaved ice truck that focuses on fundraising for sports teams, schools, churches, and others. It’s given back nearly $30,000,000 to communities across the country. Flavors range from Pineapple to Wedding Cake!
This little red truck dishes out kabobs and omelettes with all kinds of flavors and fillings, including Jamaican Jerk chicken, BBQ chicken, and a fruit with chocolate kabob.
The restaurant chain from the 'burbs brings a street food twist on its dishes to the urban set. The truck features a rotating menu of items from clam chowder to lobster tacos to fish and chips.
Think of it this way: Indian food + burritos = Indurritos. Choose from chicken tikka, lamb, spinach paneer, and vegan options.
Known for its local and grass fed burgers served in fresh buns from neighboring St. Agnes bakery, Home Street Home also delivers with tacos, fajitas, and grilled sandwiches, all homecooked from scratch.
Arepas—cornmeal patties cooked on a griddle—are split and filled with antibiotic-free, naturally raised meat such as chicken, pulled pork, or veg options, and finished with flavorful toppings and sauces. The entire menu is gluten free.
Japanese street food, offering your choice of chicken, shrimp, or teriyaki beef, each served with veggie fried rice, hibachi vegetables, and signature daruma shrimp sauce. Plus tasty pork gyoza!
This truck serves burritos, quesadillas, nachos, alambre (a grilled beef dish), and of course tacos, including shawarma-inspired tacos al pastor. Also look for corn on the cob and chips.
This diner-inspired truck grills up an assortment of burgers and sandwiches, such as chicken and waffles, plus breakfast sandwiches and Cuban sliders called "Li'l Fidels," along with mac and cheese and desserts.
Tifany Hauser and Dustin Naugle bring salads, wraps, and organic Cloud Top frozen yogurt to the food truck scene. Combine frozen yogurt with toppings such as berries, nuts, or toasted coconut.
This authentic Korean barbecue truck is opening a brick-and-mortar location in Eden Prairie, but its slow-cooked candied pork belly tacos and fresh green salads are still on the road.
Get Sauced brings high quality scratch-made food to the streets of Minneapolis. Recent specials include the Tinga rice bowl, Mexican tortas, and vegetarian tacos.
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