Category archives for: Denver

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.

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.

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


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

Denver, CO: Waffle Up Delivers A Taste of Belgium with Liege Waffles. Sweet!


The large chunks of sugar crystallize when baked on the waffle iron, giving the outside of the waffle a slight crunch and leaving the center soft and warm.

Denver, CO: East Coast Joe’s Gets in on the Food-Truck Frenzy

East Coast Joe's is on a roll in Denver.

East Coast Joe’s serves traditional Maine lobster rolls and crab rolls. “We fly in seafood from a mom-and-pop fishery in Maine almost every day, so you can expect that our food is always fresh,” Gerace promises.

Denver, CO: Civic Center EATS Returns to Downtown Denver

Civic Center EATS returns Tuesday at 11 a.m. and continues every Tuesday and Thursday through Sept. 26. (Hyoung Chang, Denver Post file)

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Cvic Center EATS returns Tuesday at 11 a.m., with shaded tables, food trucks and live music.

Denver, CO: New Type of Food Truck Cruising Denver, Offering Help to the Hungry

The Your Neighborhood Food Truck makes a stop at the Health Fair at Lincoln High School on Saturday. Hunger Free Colorado launched a new type of food truck — a 40-foot-long neon green RV converted to a mobile office —that helps connect needy families to food sources in the city. (Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post)

We’re using this to get out into the community to reach people who don’t know there are services to help them. The truck was on hand at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City on Friday in conjunction with Food Bank of the Rockies.

Denver, CO: Ten Food Trucks You Need To Try This Spring


Denver is experiencing a food renaissance — and for the past few years, food trucks have been at the vanguard of this movement, taking some of this city’s most inventive dishes out for a spin and putting the adventure back into eating

Centennial, CO: Food Trucks to Rally at Centennial Outdoor Market

Deborah Grigsby
Local event promoter Robin Loughran is promising the city’s largest rally of trendy food trucks each month at Sunday on the Streets, Centennial’s annual outdoor market which begins Sunday, May 12. Food trucks, like Denver-based Solar Coffee, pictured here, have become popular among hipsters and foodies.

Along with its new location at Cherry Knolls Shopping Center, directly across the street from The Streets at SouthGlenn, event promoter Robin Loughran says this year’s market will include an army of food trucks.