City Pages' Food Truck Map: Now updated for spring

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Lunch made easy: Food trucks at your fingertips
Today is May Day, which always somehow seems like the first unofficial day of spring. And as we know, the Best Sign of Spring this year is the return of the food trucks--the best excuse yet to get out of the office and enjoy the day.

But with so many mobile lunch counters on the streets of Minneapolis and St. Paul, how can you keep track of them all? You could take a walk to Marquette Avenue or Rice Park and hope for the best. You could follow a dozen or more Twitter feeds and spend half your lunch hour searching through them all. Or you could just click on City Pages' newly updated and incredibly handy Food Truck Map and find them all at your fingertips. Just click on a truck icon to find a favorite food cart near your location and get connected instantly to its Twitter page or website, where you'll find its daily location and what's on the menu.

The map is a work in progress--constantly updated as new trucks hit the streets. So forget the sack lunch or the same old fast food. Just bookmark our map and try a new food truck today.

City Pages Food Truck Map

Previous coverage:
So You Want to Start a Food Truck
Twin Cities Food Trucks: A Photo Tour


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13 comments
Lundx061
Lundx061

Why is the Scratch Food Truck not mentioned?

MEG
MEG

Chef Shack roams - I've personally caught them on 10th and Nicollet Also missing is Big River Pizza (the one with the wood-fired oven on a trailer.

Megan
Megan

What happened to Origins coffee?  He was the best!

Guest
Guest

Or, you could just use the MSP Street Food map that shows everything in real-time.

Kathryn
Kathryn

What's wrong w/ this map?  The trucks are all downtown!  We eat lunch in Uptown too.

Erica
Erica

Ignorant much? Apparently you have never eaten at any of the food trucks. I have. Not once I have gotten food poisoned by any of the food trucks. Like Erin Gibson said, the trucks have high standards of cleanliness so there is no chances of being food poisoned. Can't say the same about the fast food garbage offered by the likes of Mickey D's or Arbys.

Erin Gibson
Erin Gibson

Having eaten at more than a dozen of the trucks last summer, I can't disagree with this comment more than I do. The trucks have high standards of cleanliness, and often the food is local and incredibly fresh. 

Erica
Erica

Minneapolis has some of the strictest regulations when it comes to food trucks which would partially explain why many are in Saint Paul. Secondly I hate saying but I doubt the food trucks would make as much money in uptown than they do downtown. Plus there aren't really any place for the food trucks to park for a few hours given the traffic in uptown. Just my $0.02.

Dory Kahalé
Dory Kahalé

"Ignorant".  That's what you got from my comment?  I get "quick to assume" and "hostile" from yours.  I speak from experience.  Enjoy your undercooked chicken!

Joy Summers
Joy Summers

I'd like to agree with Erin. I've eaten at every single one of these trucks and I can tell you these are small business owners with a lot of pride in their products.

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