Structured to look like one of the other six Human Bean coffee shops in Fort Collins, this truck is unique in its ability to transform from a weekday campus coffee shop to a weekend sports event coffee cruiser.
Colorado Springs now has its very own consistent fleet of gourmet fast food trucks, with the occasional visitor rolling in to offer a meal or two
The Lunch Lizard is wrapped in cartoon-y desert images with big letters proclaiming "Kids Eat Free." Four days a week, the truck visits parks and playgrounds in some of the county's poorest neighborhoods. It brings federally-funded lunches to children who might otherwise go without.
The Lobster Bliss food truck features lobster served on brioche rolls ($16), lobster cakes and lobster tacos ($12), lobster mac-and-cheese ($10), and a tempura lobster skewer with mango mojo ($12).
If the school cafeteria is uncool, perhaps professional chefs in a brightly painted, tune-blaring food truck can persuade fickle teenagers to eat today's healthier, antibiotic-free meals.
Menu items include Ukrainian favorites: varenyky, holubtsi, kovbasa and borsch.
A new food truck, Pikes Peak Authentic German Food and Catering(pikespeakgermanfood.com), launched this past Saturday at Great Storm Brewing, and is planning future Saturdays there as well, in addition to soon-to-be-announced dates at Monument's Pikes Peak Brewing.
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.
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's popular food trucks and carts have suffered from a significant problem: unwashed hands.