These meals on wheels have been called up to the big leagues.
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The Twin Cities loved these food trucks so much that customers wanted them to stay put in one spot. While many trucks have added a brick-and-mortar spot, these are some that have done it the best.
Made famous by their Yum Yum Rice Bowls and Bangkok Burritos, this staple Minneapolis food truck also resides in Uptown while their mobile kitchen still hits the streets regularly.
The hype over Smack Shack’s food truck spilled over into its beautiful North Loop location, which now serves lunch and dinner seven days a week.
You might not guess it by its name, but Café Racer serves up unparalleled Latin American cuisine in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis.
The former food truck has shuttered its doors to focus on its Minneapolis location, so we highly recommend you put this on your list of places to stop.
The bright, rustic décor and dog-friendly patio elevate the ambiance of this Latin-inspired eatery.