Right now, there’s close to 50 food trucks on the streets of Minneapolis and St. Paul. In fact, if you walk down Marquette Avenue in Minneapolis on a workday, you’re going to pass about 15 to 20 food trucks.
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It truly has been the summer of food trucks. And while it’s not a new concept by any means, 2011 certainly marked the beginning of a beautiful friendship between Twin Cities’ ordinances and new, up-and-coming food trucks.
It’s becoming the summer of the lunch truck in the Twin Cities. Some of the popular, mobile eateries even have a gourmet flavor. All along the avenues, hungry workers are finding a new way to dine.
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When it comes to good eats on the streets, Minneapolis and St. Paul are really making quite a name for themselves.
In the new spring season, I’m not only looking forward to the reopening of farmers markets, but I’m also looking forward to the food trucks hitting the streets. It is sure to be an explosion of food options due to loosened regulation and increased interest in starting mobile food carts.