This ever-expanding fleet of fare has your appetite covered.
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The Twin Cities are home to more than 60 food trucks that bake, fry, grill and use every other culinary technique imaginable to whip up dishes and baskets overflowing with food from countries all over the world. Whether you're craving Louisiana-style seafood or Venezuelan arepas, these four-wheeled eateries take your taste buds on an international fare adventure all from the comfort of your own backyard.
Run by duo Carrie Summer and Lisa Carlson, Chef Shack Ranch is an excellent choice for affordable food with fine-dining quality—yes, even out of a food truck.
Believe us when we say this is the best falafel you can find in the Twin Cities area, not to mention savory gyros, housemade kombucha and more.
Craving a phenomenal salad? Green + The Grain has so many delicious options you may be forced to come back time and time again.
It’s hard to miss this bright orange truck, and you don’t want to. The Indurrito—aka Indian Burrito—is what dreams are made of, and so are the Indi-Frites, their Indian-spiced fries.
Visit Inbound BrewCo in Minneapolis' North Loop, just a few steps away from Target Field, for a relaxing taproom to try new beer released every week of the summer.
Check out the hub for microbreweries in Northeast Minneapolis.
The Twin Cities' latest food hall, Seventh Street Truck Park, has rolled into St. Paul with a 70s feel and locally-sourced eats.
Winner of the 2015 Charlie Award for Most Outstanding Food Truck (basically an Oscar of the Twin Cities food scene), Tatanka Truck is one-of-a-kind, serving up unbelievable Native American cuisine.
You guessed it—this British-inspired food truck slings Fish and Chips all day long, along with Meat or Veggie Pasties and sides of Mushy Peas, Curry or Gravy Chips, and more.
“Ethical eats from bacon to beets”—that about sums up The Moral Omnivore. With a focus on local, organic ingredients and sustainable practices, this is some of the best food for your waistline and your conscience.
From live music to festivals, the Twin Cities are buzzing with events this summer. See what's happening from July through Labor Day with our events roundup.
Visit Valleyfair in Shakopee this Saturday and Sunday for the amusement park's annual Food Truck Festival, featuring nearly 20 different restaurants on wheels.