Restaurants are all well and good, right? Except for dealing with reservations, overworked servers, long wait times, the stress of eating out, loud children, and more. Plus, the best ones can be pretty expensive. So why spend a bunch of money on a sit-down meal when you and the family can get some amazing eats and have a great time at a Food truck? They’ve fast, fun, and a great way to join other foodies to enjoy and support the culinary scene in the Twin Cities. As the great truck craze rolls on, the Twin Cities are leading the way.
Check out our list of four of the best food trucks below:
The Moral Omnivore
The Moral Omnivore is the brainchild of a meat-lover Ross Logas and his wife, Linnea. They serve sliders and sides with some that are innovative and delicious. They use only the best locally sourced meat, and their sides feature a variety of vegetarian and even vegan options using ingredients like organic portabella mushrooms, beets, and wild rice. Their cabbage slaw, made from scratch in-house, replaces the lettuce on the sliders, giving them some extra zing.
As the name would suggest, The Moral Omnivore is, at its core, a socially conscious company that supports a number of causes and local charities.
Check out their website to learn more.
Andrew Zimmern’s Canteen
Bizarre Foods host and Minnesotan Andrew Zimmern has lent his name to this food truck featuring dishes that most would find far more palatable than most of the ones that are featured on his hit Travel Channel show. As you’d expect, the menu is eclectic – there’s Nicaraguan shaved ice, a delicious goat sausage, and the ever-popular Italian Porchetta sandwich, a big hit on the streets and social media. The AZ Canteen is in the process finalizing a partnership with US Bank Stadium so you can chow down on that porchetta at the new Vikings stadium.
You’re going to love this “tot” boss? In this case, it’s Dan Docken – the “tater tot enthusiast” who started Tot Boss to push the science and art of making Tater Tots into new potato frying frontiers. He and is crew roam the streets in a distinctive black truck covered with tater tots designs. Some of his unique creations include tater tot nachos, bacon-wrapped tater tots, and a tater tot “hot dish” in true Minnesota style.
Get Sauced isn’t about food from a particular place or culture. It’s not about food from a particular animal or plant. Here, it’s all about that most essential gastronomical component – sauce. They dress their tinga, satay, and pulled pork in an eclectic array of liquid goodness.
Of course, there are so much more trucks worth mentioning. Roaming Hunger maintains an excellent database of food trucks, and the Minneapolis Star-Tribune does a write-up on local standouts at least once a year. Beat the heat, get out there, and enjoy some of the Midwest’s finest food truck action!
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