Category archives for: St. Cloud

Minneapolis, MN: Food Trucks Roll into Twin Cities Catering Scene

Employees Periscope advertising agency enjoy an employee party catered by the Chef Shack food truck,Thursday August 2, 2012, in Northeast Minneapolis, (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

“It’s fun, and it fits with the artsy, hipster crowd,” said Ben Van Sistine of Worell

Twin CIties, MN: Andrew Zimmern to Launch a “AZ Canteen” Food Truck in the Twin Cities

Andrew Zimmern

AZ Canteen to Showcase Menu Items from Around the Globe,
Inspired by the Acclaimed TV Host’s Culinary Adventures

So You Want to Start a Food Truck

Sassy Spoon

We managed to do the entire truck for under $40,000

Minnesota: The 2011 Street Food & Chef Truck Season Begins Now!

The extremely well run Chef Shack Truck and it's owners are probably one of the reasons the Minneapolis City Council sees Food Trucks as a positive note for the city!

But it’s going to be a truck-y, truck-y good summer. My other favorites: First Minneapolis, then St. Paul.

St. Cloud: Grub Truck Rolls Out Eats

Rick Gales takes the orders while chef Joel Ryan makes the food in the Grub Truck for a customer / Jason Wachter,

The Grub Truck started traveling the city’s streets about two weeks ago offering made-to-order tacos and rice bowls three days a week.

More Target Field Favorites Are Added to Concessions Lineup

Turkey To Go

New this season will be a turkey sandwich from Minnesota State Fair and Nicollett Mall food truck purveyor Turkey to Go, the Walk A Taco™ from St. Paul’s El Burrito Mercado, the Minneapple Pie from the Cottage Grill just outside the Twin Cities, and two additional Kramarczuk’s bratwurst dishes created specially for Target Field by Food Network, a Sportservice partner.

Mobile Vendors an Issue in St. Cloud

St. Cloud food vendor Mark Tompkins, who has set up shop adjacent to a Wendy’s fast food restaurant near the Tractor Supply store on 13th Street in St. Cloud, shows off his popular hot dogs.

St. Cloud business owners aired their concerns and frustrations about mobile food carts and the cart’s vendors defended their stands at the Jan. 20 City Council workshop.