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Food trucks line Kellogg Boulevard offering an array of different choices during lunch time.

Food Trucks

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Food trucks are a very common site in Saint Paul during the summer months. You can find them located at the Food Truck Court locations listed below or parked at random spots around the city throughout the week. Check out our maps to help you find the best food truck to fit your taste buds. Happy eating!

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MONDAYS: Wabasha near Fifth street

WEDNESDAYS:  Kellogg Boulevard near Wabasha Street

THURSDAYS:  Kellogg Boulevard near Robert Street

Other dates and locations vary.

128 Mobile Cafe
128 Mobile Cafe is a truck that offers some of 128 Café’s regular items (a third of a rack of the restaurant’s well-known ribs, with chips and choice of slaw or pasta salad for $11), but also offers new lunchtime salads and sandwiches, including a fresh fish sandwich each week. Follow on Twitter: @128cafe

Bacon Trolley
The Bacon Trolley is modern American street food, bringing all things pork to the streets of St. Paul! Home of the Spanker! Follow on Twitter: @bacontrolley

Cave Cafe
Cave Cafe is operated by Tewodros Negash, aka ‘Chef Teddy’, who grew up in Eritrea cooking Eritrean, Italian, and Ethiopian dishes at his mother’s side. His Afro-Italiano fusion specials include tibsies (meat and vegetable sauté), Italian pasta dishes, curries, and wraps. Follow on Twitter: @TheCaveCafe

Chef Shack
Chef Shack is an upscale street-food trailer operated by Lisa Carlson and Carrie Summer, both professional chefs. They serve locally-sourced dishes, including pulled-pork sandwiches, beef-tongue tacos, Indian-spiced doughnuts and handmade ice cream sandwiches. Follow on Twitter: @chefshack1

Cupcake on the Go
Cupcake on the Go has expanded its operations to bring its sweet treats to the streets of Saint Paul! An expansion of Cupcake on University Avenue in Minneapolis, Cupcake on the Go satisfies the sweet tooths of Saint Paul citizens with its unique, award winning cupcakes, 50 cent frosting shots, scones, cookies and coffee. Cupcake on the Go provides arguably the best desert option among Saint Paul Food Trucks. Follow on Twitter: @cupcakeonthego

Fork in the Road,
Fork in the Road is a food truck run by self-proclaimed food geniuses Kari Offerdahl and Amy Frechette.  They serve up "Good Eats on the Street" focusing on new American cuisine and sandwiches.to the fine folks of the Twin Cities. Follow on Twitter: @ForkNRoadTruck  

Foxy Falafel
Foxy Falafel's Chef Erica Strait makes a killer falafel sandwich with fresh, locally sourced ingredients and organic chickpeas and then ups the ante with a trio of signature homemade sauces, hummus and seasonal pickled veggies. Crunchy on the outside and bright green on the inside, Foxy’s falafel was just named “Best of the Twin Cities” by City Pages ! Make your taste buds do a happy dance by trying one today! Follow on Twitter: @FoxyFalafel

Gastro Truck
Gastro Truck, a spin off of the idea of a Gastropub is a mobile food unit that aims to bring high quality and an elevated style of cuisine to the streets and events of Minnesota.  Follow on Twitter:  @gastrotruck

Hola Arepa
Hola Arepa- Latin Street Food: The crew in the bright aqua truck stuffs griddled corn cakes with slow-roasted meats and sassy sauces. The double pork Cuban with Swiss and pickles is a special—snag it if you see it! Follow on Twitter: @HolaArepa

Home Street Home
Home Street Home is a St. Paul-based gourmet food truck making all of their food from scratch using fresh local ingredients. Globally inspired comfort food would be one way to describe the food.  A rotating menu of American, Asian, Italian and Mexican fare is served. Follow on Twitter: @HomeStrtHomeTrk

LocoVores BBQ
LocoVores BBQ takes Southern cooking to the next level! LocoVores BBQ extended into the food truck world after years of business as a catering company. With food hailing from the "flavor belt" of the Southwest, LocoVores BBQ brings a mouth load of flavor in every bite. The barbequed pulled pork sandwiches from the truck will have you racing back for more. Pig roasts, Cajun injection marinated deep fried turkeys, craw fish boils and homemade side such as salads and fresh cheese balls. LocoVores BBQ adds new flavors to the diverse food truck community of Saint Paul. Follow on Twitter: @LocoVores

Messy Giuseppe
Messy Giuseppe is a food truck serving Italian comfort food, sandwiches, salads and sweet treats! Follow on Twitter: @MessyGTruck

Mid Nord Empanada Truck
The Mid Nord Empanada Truck is the child project of chef Phil Gaffney, a Minnesota native that previously worked in movie craft services on projects such as Bordwalk Empire. Gaffney learned all about making empanadas from an Ecuadorian family, then opened up an operation on the streets of his home. The sweet plantains and perfectly crispy chicken and beef empanadas hit the spot for the Saint Paul lunch crowd. The Mid Nord Empanada Truck is a truly unique food truck experience, offering foods different from your typical lunch break. Follow on Twitter: @MidNordTrucks

Natedogs
Natedogs is a Twin Cities based hot dog company serving up all-pork, all local, homegrown wieners to any and all who remember what a delicious hot dog is. Follow on Twitter: @Nate_Dogs

Neato's Burgers
Neato's Burgers offers the finest drive-in style burgers, duck fat french fries, authentic Coney Island hot dogs, shakes, malts and more! Follow on Twitter: @NeatosBurgers

Potter's Pasties
Potter's Pasties was an idea hatched by Alec Duncan, an experienced local chef, and Fiona Carter while hiking through Scotland. Pasties are typically meat-filled pies--perfect, portable little lunches. Potter's menu features traditional Cornish as well as other worldly flavors. No matter the filling, the integrity of the crust is essential. Potter's are flaky, delicate, and buttery, without being wimpy, holding their juicy contents at bay. Follow on Twitter: @PottersPasties

R.A. MacSammy's
R.A. MacSammy's offers traditional comfort food on wheels! Offering a wide variety of delicious mac and cheese dishes,sandwiches and salads (in summer months), customers are lining up for chef Kevin Huyck's food. The food truck has versatility to please all types of appetites, no matter what you are hungry for! Visitors can make their own mac and cheese with ingredients ranging from brats to brussel sprouts. A favorite dish among many is the Mona Lisa Mac, which is a mix of mac and cheese, italian sausage, onions, peppers, and marinera sause. Follow on Twitter: @RAMacsammys

Sassy Spoon
Sassy Spoon, created by former nutrition instructor Tamara Brown, brings healthy food to the Saint Paul area. With foods low in sugar and carbohydrates, but high in protein and healthy fats, Sassy Spoon delights customers with its natural and fresh flavors while providing a wholesome and gluten-free food option on the go. Healthy foods lead to healthy lifestyles, and Sassy Spoon's menu churns out dishes to provide energy throughout the day without using processed foods. Come try the truck's braised beef or "Hungry Hungry Hash", a combination including sweet potatoes, onions, a fried egg, and summer sausage or tempeh. Follow on twitter: @SassySpoonTruck

Simply Steve's
Simply Steve's is most aptly named; they offer great breakfast and lunch items, but with ingredients and preparations that go beyond what would be called simple. Many, if not most of the menu items, are sourced locally or are house-made and more importantly, are pretty darn good! Two of their great burgers are the cajun turkey burger and black bean burger, both of which come highly recommended. Follow on Twitter: @SimplySteves

Tot Boss
Tot Boss puts a creative spin on an American classic side dish, the tater tot. From burrito style tater tots in a tortilla to a tot-based version of poutine made with melted cheese curds from Ellsworth, WI, Tot Boss provides a new way to eat the golden brown Ore-Ida potatoes. Bacon wrapped Tater Tots stand as a local favorite along with "tater tot nachos". Follow on Twitter: @TotBossTruck

Trinh
Trinh parks its vehicles as a new arrival to the Saint Paul food truck scene. They provide happy lunchgoers with healthy and authentic Vietnamese cuisine at a low price. Often parked next to the Rice Park area among other areas, the food truck has heard some rave reviews by customers and writers alike. The bahn mi sandwiches served on a warm and delicate baguette surely satisfies the tastebuds of the Saint Paul food gurus. Trinh also serves spring rolls, chips and a delicious cup of Vietnamese coffee. Follow on Twitter: @Trinh_FoodTruck

Vellee Deli
Vellee Deli mixes and matches flavors from Mexico, Korea, Vietnam and beyond, and the results are inexpensive and delicious! Burritos filled with grilled short ribs and kimchi, banh mi filled with grilled pork and tangy house-made pickles and beer-battered fish tacos topped with shredded cabbage are just some of their menu items. Follow on Twitter: @VelleeDeli

     
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