Psycho Suzi's owner launches a zombie-themed food truck

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Courtesy Undead Frank's Facebook page
Just as some of our local food trucks close up for the season, one entrepreneur is expanding her empire by launching a new one. 

Leslie Brock, owner of Psycho Suzi's, Donny Dirk's, and the upcoming Betty Danger's Country Club, is keeping her character-driven theme going with Undead Frank's Zombie Bites, reports Eater Minneapolis

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Undead Frank's will resurrect some retired favorites from Psycho Suzi's original location, including the Minne-Mex Rolls, which are bite-sized chicken and bean chimichangas. There's also a handful of "meltie" hot sandwiches, like one with beer-braised chicken and green chilies and another with braised beef, jalapeños, and caramelized onions. The gooey mozzarella and pepperoni Zombie Bites are Frank's take on a pizza roll. 

The plan is to have the truck parked outside Donnie Dirk's on Wednesday through Saturday nights from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., but current temps have caused the truck to quite literally freeze up, so they're unable to cook in the mobile kitchen right now. The team assures fans they should be up and running again by next week. In the meantime, they should probably plan on adding some hot drinks to their beverage line-up.

Stay up to date with Undead Frank's schedule and check out the full menu by following the truck on Twitter and Facebook.


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Donny Dirk's Zombie Den

2027 N. 2nd St., Minneapolis, MN

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13 comments
Steve Nathe
Steve Nathe

Will any of the food be healthy...organic, free-range or GMO free?

Annette Johnson
Annette Johnson

Looks like another night out is in order... Apryl , Todd, Kathy , Patrick, Stacey, and Tobin.

nrupar1
nrupar1

Further proof of, cook food on wheels, people go nuts.

TweetsAreYours
TweetsAreYours

I'm sure it will be overrated by the hipsters, too. #TweetsAreYours

TweetsAreYours
TweetsAreYours

Serve food cooked inside a climate-controlled restaurant where customers can sit down and be served, people aren't impressed. Serve food out of a truck, on the side of the street, where people can line up on a hot, humid and/or windy day, with no table to dine at, and it's the greatest thing since sliced bread. If you have a gimmicky name and a Twitter account, you're uber-cool!

nrupar1
nrupar1

exactly, food trucks used to be cool when they were a nice treat, something new to try would come up and park near you.  Now they're the same ones in the same place as usual.

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