Category archives for: North Dakota

Fargo, ND: Sweeto to Move into Valentino’s; Food Truck to Set Up in Parking Lot this Summer

J.T. Thompson and Louie Hernandez set up a Sweeto Burrito mobile food stand Monday at the former Valentino’s location along 42nd Street South in Fargo. David Samson / The Forum
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A Sweeto Burrito food truck will be set up in the parking lot there once the weather stays warm

Fargo, ND: Taking You Around Town – Food Truck Vendors turned Restaurants

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - It's not just the outskirts of the Fargo-Moorhead expanding, so are businesses right in the heart of the city.

Are you hungry? You might be after you hear what new businesses are being built within the same section of downtown Fargo.

Fargo, ND: Mobile Food Trucks are Popping Up in the Area

Mobile food trucks are giving our area a big city feel. Almost a dozen have popped up in the last year.

I think people are interested in trying out something new and when they have an opportunity to do so you just have to lock in their taste buds.

Fargo, ND: Review – Taco Brothers gets Mexican Cuisine Right

The Taco Brothers Taco Truck is parked on Roberts Street just west of the Empire Tavern and south of St. Mary’s Cathedral in downtown Fargo. Eric Daeuber / Special to The Forum

The beans and corn are prime examples as well as the loose, citrus rice and milky and mild queso fresco. Combine these ingredients in different dishes, and you have a paper plate of summer.

Minot, ND: Sisters in Food Business for Long Haul

Dan Feldner/MDN • Sharon Brauer, left, and Lesli Getzlaff stand next to their new food truck at the North Dakota State Fair Thursday morning. The two sisters started The Wife’s Kitchen out of a trailer nine years ago and just upgraded to this new, custom-built truck around Thanksgiving of last year.

“We’re having fun. We love it. It’s fun,” Brauer added

Grand Forks, ND: A MODERN KITCHEN – Ex-Sergeant Cooks Up Hot Dish on Wheels

Scott "Skip" Haag, owner of Skip's Gourmet Grub, serves up lunch to workers in the Grand Forks Industrial Park on Thursday. Herald photo by Eric Hylden

Food trucks are not exactly known for producing gourmet fare.

Minot, ND: Dinner is Served – Organizations Help with Feeding Evacuees

Lawrence Fortenberry, with First Presbyterian Church, cooks hamburgers from a caterer’s truck on Wednesday evening outside the Minot Municipal Auditorium. The church helped prepare meals during the first evacuation earlier this month, and will continue to help as needed.  James C. Falcon/MDN

“We can handle about 400 meals without a sweat,” Fortenberry said, as he flipped hamburgers.