He’s currently testing out the Gray Duck menu at the Uptown VFW, including the tater tot hot dish: house-made stuffed taters with roasted sweet corn, turkey confit and portabella mornay sauce.
The food truck scene is still relatively new in the Twin Cities, but that didn’t stop one survey from ranking our trucks among the nation’s finest curbside eats.
Menu items include meatballs and Italian beef sandwiches—two of the more popular lunch foods—as well as cannolis and parmesan fritters, which are a hit when Vin’s Italian stops by local breweries
At issue is a Rochester law banning food trucks from operating on public streets in the downtown area.
Food trucks seem to come and go with head-spinning regularity around the Twin Cities metropolitan area.
Smack Shack started serving their lobster rolls (using fresh lobster meat from Maine) from a parking lot.
Food trucks have become an integral part of downtown Minneapolis workers' lives. At lunchtime, collared shirts scurry out of skyscrapers for a brief, delicious respite. Not so much in Rochester, though.
The duo serve the hibachi standard, like chicken, beef and shrimp teriyaki, served with a portion of sizzling fried rice and mixed vegetables.
Soon food truck season begins in earnest. Here are some new additions to our burgeoning mobile foodie scene, which further demonstrate MSP’s evolving restaurant culture, encourage street life and generate community.
Late winter days like Thursday aren’t just good for morale. For some locals, the early arrival of spring means more money.