World Street Kitchen in Uptown was born as a food truck, and is now all grown up.
It’s hardly the weather for eating outside. But come spring, comes a return of the food trucks to downtown Minneapolis streets.
It’s the first week of the new year, and a lot of us are trying to eat healthy food.
Try some of these creative, quick and easy ways to jazz up and rethink the dreaded Thanksgiving leftovers as recommended by local chefs. Leftovers don’t have to be boring and drab, they can be reinvented into new and exciting dishes that the whole family will enjoy.
Eighties heavy metal band Twisted Sister is known for their big hair, flashy makeup, catchy lyrics and stage antics. But to Cody Allen and Wesley Kaake, they are now a threat to their business.
There’s a late entrant in the food truck game with a big name. “Bizarre Foods” host Andrew Zimmern lives in the Twin Cities and just launched the AZ Canteen.
He may be wearing a different shirt and a new tie but there’s one thing that Nate Beck is never without — a friendly smile. Rain or shine, first-timers or loyal customers, Beck always serves up some of the finest hot dogs in Minnesota with a side of humility and charisma.
As one of the pioneers of Twin Cities street food, the owners of Chef Shack prove they’re not only getting better with time — they’re getting bigger.
When it comes to good eats on the street, Simply Steve’s likes to keep it in the family — his employees are his own flesh and blood.
Food trucks are winning over the hearts and stomachs of many in the Twin Cities.
Meet the saucy minx behind Saucy Burt’s killer cart. While it’s not a food “truck,” per se, the dynamite dishes coming out of this little cart certainly make it a deserving pick for this week’s feature.
This week we’re meeting the owner of Harvest Grill Food Truck — a relatively new truck to grace Marquette Avenue.
Since I work on the west side of the Twin Cities, I was envious of my food-loving friends who raved about their food truck lunches in downtown St. Paul. Everything looked so good and when my husband texted me saying he was trying Gastrotruck, I knew I had to try it for myself.
Imagine if you will an outdoor food court. But instead of the greasy, stale cheeseburgers and day-old sandwiches, it’s fresh, high-quality gourmet food made piping hot from a food truck.