Many of you may be asking yourself; why all the food trucks? These mobile dining services seem to be popping up and gaining popularity. Due to restrictions from COVID19, many business owners have opted to go mobile and bring their food to you.
Stay-at Home orders that closed dining areas have changed dining experiences. Places like The Dam House: A Dam Unique Experience can give their customers fantastic food, without having full service kitchens. Even Casual Pint; A Craft Beer Lovers Delight will schedule a truck like Cousins Maine Lobster that drawls hundreds of people to their establishment when they were fully open.
Food trucks are mobile small businesses. They not only have a uniqueness that travels to different venues, but they offer talents and creations that the owner can bring to you at your favorite spot! Here are just a few that show up around town that you have to try. Some even come to straight to your neighborhood. ￼
Cafe Strudel is driving out their food truck to a venue near you. Enjoy your memorable meal ordered hot and fresh from their mobile truck. Offering breakfast and dinner times. This is a one of a kind restaurant and food truck. They offer a twist on cafe favs and unique lunch items.
You want amazing Mexican food, this is your truck. Found normally at Wells Fargo on Greystone, or down at the Soda City Market, this truck is something to “taco” about. Get all your cravings from queso to burritos. They are amazing!
Mobile and serving up some fantastic hot dogs. The Haute Dog Lady is coming to you. Toppings and fixings to fit any of your hot dog desires. Sausage dogs, nachos and fresh squeezed lemon-aide, experience some serious signature hot dogs.
You cannot go wrong with something so sweet. Just in time for spring, Sweet Pea’s is headed to a local neighborhood near you. Serving up their amazing ice cream and other favs. Click the link and view their page and schedule.
Bringing the pancakes to subdivisions and the like. Run down this truck for your breakfast needs. Enjoy buttermilk, blueberry or other varieties of your most favorite breakfast items. Check out their page by clinking on the link above.