Category archives for: Colorado

Ft. Collins, CO: New Food Truck Serves Sausage for A Cause

Co-owner Blas Estrada and manager Doug Boyne stand in front of their newly opened food truck, Rocky Mountain Sausage Grill, on Friday. The truck serves gourmet sausage entrees.
(Photo: Erin Hull/The Coloradoan )

The owners of Fort Collins’ new food truck want to do two things with their mobile business: sell high-quality sausage and donate some of the proceeds to charity.

Ft. Collins, CO: Food Trucks Serving Lunch at Downtown MAX Station

The Downtown Transit Center, pictured, will host two food trucks throughout the week, serving lunch Tuesday through Friday.
(Photo: Erin Hull/The Coloradoan )

Old Town residents, workers and visitors will have more lunch options Tuesday through Friday. There will be two food trucks parked at the MAX Downtown Transit Center.

Denver, CO: Inspections find Denver Food Trucks Often Break Hand-Washing Rules

Sweet Cow co-owner Ross Cohen, right, scoops ice cream in his food truck at Civic Center earlier this month, while Caleb Gilmore takes an order. Sweet Cow recently received a health citation for not having running water in the truck. But operators fixed the problem quickly and were back in business in about a half hour. (Andy Cross, The Denver Post)

Denver’s popular food trucks and carts have suffered from a significant problem: unwashed hands.

Denver, CO: Food Truckin’ – Introducing Meatball


The menu is simple: two sliders for $7 or a sandwich for $8 ($7.75 for the meatless options). There are 6 options to choose from including the classic beef meatball with house tomato sauce, shaved parmesan and basil.

Boulder, CO: Sanitas Brewing Company to Host the First “Boulder Food Truck Challenge”

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Boulder’s most recognized food trucks will gather this Saturday, October 5th at Sanitas Brewing Company to participate in the first Boulder Food Truck Challenge.

Denver, CO: The Not-So-Good-Tho-Not-That-Bad and the Funnny – A Modern Day Food Truck Adventure


The service was quick and friendly, the menu simple: mostly sandwiches and fries. We got a milanesa and a pair of lamb sliders.

Ft. Collins, CO: Food trucks bring new lunch options to CSU


The food trucks offer a variety of lunch options that cannot be found elsewhere on campus. Sarah Ladley, owner of Ba-Nom-a-Nom, explained her truck’s product: soft-serve frozen fruit.

Durango, CO: Food Vendors Keep Truckin’

Augusta Liddic The Daily Times (Jon Austria/The Daily Times)

The food cart movement that is popular in large cities throughout the West is showing up in force throughout the Four Corners.

Grand Junction, CO: Making it in the Modern Food Biz

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The modern operation has utilized modern forms of marketing to help them succeed, “Social media and our website, people can go on there and check the menu, find out where our locations are going to be. Got to use it if your going to be in this business.”

Denver, CO: Restaurant Report Card – Focus on Food Trucks


enver followed health inspectors as they searched through food trucks, looking for critical violations.