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Saint Paul's Food Truck Scene Can Be Experienced Throughout the City
Food trucks are a part of everyday life in Saint Paul during the summer months.
You can find them located at Rice Park, Mears Park or parked at random spots around the city throughout the week. Also enjoy their delicious creations at Tap Rooms throughout Saint Paul. Happy eating!
A Cupcake Social | @ACupcakeSocial
A Cupcake Social is a gourmet cupcake boutique owned by Jess Stone and Suzette Herr. The co-owners serve the twin cities their favorite flavors such as Death By Chocolate, Red Velvet and Simply Vanilla.
Treat Mom to a delicious cupcake bouquet! pic.twitter.com/sqq4VYgXLX— A Cupcake Social (@ACupcakeSocial) May 14, 2017
Andrew Zimmern's Canteen | @AZCateen
Andrew Zimmern's Canteen, is a food adventure inspired by some of chef Zimmern's favorite discoveries on the road. This food truck offers items such as cabrito sausage and custom-blended sliders, to signature IZZY's ice cream sandwiches.
Playing with bacon! House battered (sugar and heat!) Chicken, wrapped in bacon (of course!), then deep fried! Yummm! pic.twitter.com/7UvNZSYsUR— Bacon Trolley (@bacontrolley) March 10, 2013
We are at Brew & Stew today until 3! 5000 block Chicago Ave S. Or Cafe Racer Kitchen, where food truck food is available everyday! pic.twitter.com/kxLWwewZjD— Cafe Racer (@caferacermn) October 14, 2017
Cajun 2 Geaux | @Cajun2GeauxTim
Chef Tim Glover offers gourmet New Orleans and Cajun food with Cajun 2 Geaux. Chef Tim expresses his creativity through food and to serve others a variety of Po’Boy Sandwiches.
Cave Cafe | @TheCaveCafe
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.
Chef Shack | @chefshack1
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.
Fork in the Road | @ForkNRoadTruck
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.
Foxy Falafel | @FoxyFalafel
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. Foxy’s Falafel was just named “Best of the Twin Cities” by City Pages !
Come visit our food truck at Periscope! 921 S Washington Ave! Foxy Falafel, Curry Falafel, Turkey Gyro, Cheese Curds pic.twitter.com/NLFD7sF30Y— Foxy Falafel (@FoxyFalafel) September 8, 2016
Gastro Truck | @gastrotruck
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.
Hibachi Daruma | @HibachiDaruma
Hibachi Daruma is a one-of-kind Japanese hibachi truck. This truck offers your choice of chicken, shrimp, or teriyaki beef, each served with veggie fried rice, hibachi vegetables, and signature daruma shrimp sauce.
"As long as Hibachi Daruma keeps pulling up outside my office, I will never leave my job." Yummy photo taken by our friend Magdalen! pic.twitter.com/teMRTZVnHk— Hibachi Daruma (@HibachiDaruma) May 23, 2017
Hola Arepa | @HolaArepa
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!
Home Street Home | @HomeStrtHomeTrk
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.
Hot Indian Foods | @hotindianfoods
Hot Indian Foods brings contemporary Indian eats on the streets of the Twin Cities. This trucks mission is to add spice to everyone's life and features signature Indurritos!
Kincaid's Food Cart | @KincaidsDining
This classic American grill has been artfully serving quality steaks and fresh and seafood since 1986. Lunch on the go? Now, Kincaid's has you covered by adding a food cart on the corner of 6th street and St. Peter.
Mid Nord Empanada Truck | @MidNordTrucks
The Mid Nord Empanada Truck is the child project of chef Phil Gaffney, a Minnesota native that learned all about making empanadas from an Ecuadorian family. The Mid Nord Empanada Truck is a unique experience, offering foods such as sweet plantains and perfectly crispy chicken and beef empanadas.
Motley Crews | @MotleyCrews
Motley Crews Heavy Metal Grill focuses on food that rocks. Owners Marty and Lisa stay true to the 80's theme with "opening acts" and "main event" entrees that are sure to satisfy any rock star's appetite.
Introducing the $20 burger! pic.twitter.com/Wc8MM9qdPh— Neato's Burgers (@NeatosBurgers) June 4, 2015
Potter's Pasties | @PottersPasties
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 all focusing on the integrity of the essential crust.
R.A. MacSammy's | @RAMacsammys
R.A. MacSammy's offers traditional comfort food on wheels! Offering a wide variety of delicious mac and cheese dishes, sandwiches and salads. Chef Kevin Huyck's food truck has versatility to please all types of appetites and visitors can make their own mac and cheese with ingredients ranging from brats to brussel sprouts.
Sassy Spoon | @SassySpoonTruck
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.
Simply Steve's | @SimplySteves
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. Two of their great burgers are the cajun turkey burger and black bean burger, both of which come highly recommended.
Tot Boss | @TotBossTruck
Tot Boss puts a creative spin on an American classic side dish, the tater tot. Tot Boss provides a new way to eat the golden brown Ore-Ida potatoes like bacon wrapped Tater Tots and "tater tot nachos".
We'll be in St. Paul for lunch 11-1. Join us at Westgate Bus Ctr (2635 University Ave W). pic.twitter.com/AtXZvGftDj— TOT BOSS (@TOTBOSStruck) August 18, 2017
Vellee Deli | @VelleeDeli
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.