Say hello to Hola Arepa — the bright, teal truck that’s fast become a favorite for many downtown lunch-goers. Serving the best in Latin cuisine and traditional arepas, this mobile kitchen has been a popular place since it opened last year.
When you eat at Scratch food truck, you’re enjoying the flavors of Geoff King’s heritage. From his mother’s kitchen and his grandmother’s recipes to his family’s dining room table, the food you order from this bright and cheery food truck are straight from the heart.
Here are some of the food trucks in the area that are making waves in the local food scene. You’re likely to find them at a street corner near you or parked at your local tap room on any given night.
The food trucks are back on the streets of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Even though they usually open their windows at 11 a.m., the work starts early in the morning. You have to get up early to begin the day with with Christina Nguyen and Birk Grudem from Hola Arepa, and Natalie Coleman and her team from Dandelion Kitchen.
One of the best things about the recent influx of Twin Cities food trucks is that if you wait long enough, you’ll find a truck serving something from just about every part of the world. Answering our prayers for a taste of India, newcomer Hot Indian Foods has just hit the pavement.
As soon as the snow melted, we saw all sorts of food trucks pop up around downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. But food isn’t the only thing you can find on wheels. A Minnesota woman has turned a cleaning truck into the hottest mobile store.
Some say “life is a journey, not a destination” and in the case of a certain “racing” cafe, that’s never been more true. For the owners of Café Racer, this is the true American dream.
All that really needs to be said about this week’s food truck can be summed up in three glorious words: duck fat fries. Yes, beyond bringing the retro feel of a good ol’ fashioned drive-in to the streets of St. Paul, Neato’s Burgers has given us the precious gift of duck-fat frying, without the hefty price tag or the cross-country journey.
They may not be as ‘twisted’ in name as they used to be but one thing’s certainly for sure — this truck will put an end to your hunger.
They’ve overcome Mother Nature only to be challenged with parking problems in downtown Minneapolis. Food truck owners say every weekday can become challenging as they scout for the best spot.
It’s not even spring and the food truck scene is already buzzing. It seems the newest thing in food trucks is to secure a place without wheels where customers can sit down and enjoy great food and service.
Foodies will celebrate the Twin Cities restaurant, food and drink industry at the second annual Charlie Awards this weekend.
I’ve never really thought of a falafel to be foxy, per se, but after tasting the goodies coming out of this green and yellow antique food truck — I’m having a change of heart.
Snow fell on Thursday in parts of Minnesota — that means the food truck season is sadly nearing an end. But fear not, fellow food truck followers. It seems the new trend from our mobile munchers is to turn their trucks into fabulous new restaurants.
When you have a name like Andrew Zimmern attached to a food truck, the advertising tends to take care of itself.