Food trucks are popping up all over Traverse City. They’re the quirky and fun way to grab some grub, and with trucks specializing in food from smokehouse BBQ to authentic American with a Portuguese twist, there’s inspired Northern Michigan food for everyone. Catch these roving Northern Michigan restaurants at festivals this summer, stationed along a downtown street or in front of one of Traverse City’s newest watering holes, The Little Fleet. Here’s your Traverse City food truck round-up:
Roaming Harvest is one of the first food trucks to make an appearance on the scene in Traverse City. Offering up fresh local food you feel good buying—and eating. Grab an order of their pork, whitefish or beef taco’s and enjoy the savory flavors of ingredients grown right in Michigan. Catch Roaming Harvest at The Little Fleet.
If you crave the flavors of an authentic American burger then Anchor Station is your place. It’s also where to head for heavenly falafel and fresh cut loaded fries—Anchor Station brings a changing menu to the food truck scene. Order up from Anchor Station at The Little Fleet.
Pigs Eating Ribs BBQ
Pigs Eatin’ Ribs has one simple goal: make people happy by creating the best BBQ every day — and chef Adam Kline is doing just that. Pigs Eating Ribs is a full blown smokehouse on wheels serving up classic sweet and smokey pulled-pork sandwiches and much more. Catch Pigs Eating Ribs at The Little Fleet.
A’s Food With an Accent
A’s Food With an Accent is the place to go for incredible Portuguese infused American cuisine. With dishes crafted to compliment your drink choice, A’s is dishing out the best loaded fries, coated in ingredients like truffle oil and specialty ranch sauce — you’ll feel like you’ve stepped right onto the streets of Lisbon. Catch A’s Food With an Accent at The Little Fleet.
Owned by The Little Fleet, E-Z Cheesy is bringing an easy, simple, to-the-point menu. Using locally sourced ingredients, E-Z Cheesy creates a section of playful, gourmet and down-to-earth sandwiches. Catch E-Z Cheesy seven days a week at The Little Fleet.
One of the newest food trucks on the scene, Curbie hails from the depths of Michigan music festivals. Offering up the perfect menu for anyone with a sugar tooth and featuring root beer floats and ice cream, Curbie holds the claim of being the sweetest truck on the block. Catch Curbie, sometime this summer, at The Little Fleet.
Friends With Food
Owners Becky and Dave are bringing you farm-to-trailer food. Take a seat on a lawn chair and enjoy the scenic plastic pink flamingos at the front of the food truck while you munch on deviled eggs or pasties. Friends with Foods serves it up at The Little Fleet.
Owned by Harbor 22, Toasted is dishing out tasty brunch plates. From waffle sandwiches, to fresh egg scrambles using ingredients from the Sarah Hardy Farmers Market, Toasted is the place to get your breakfast fix. Find Toasted at The Little Fleet.
King Wubz Pita Dubz
Serving up pitas on the go, King Wubz Pita Dubz is the food you want to eat when a night on the town has left your stomach grumbling. Pitas are served up on Lebanese bread and ready to roll up creating a filling Mediterranean sandwich. Catch King Wubz Pita Dubz off Union behind Cousin Jenny’s in Traverse City.
With a dream to support Michigan farms, products and people, Sombrero Verde is serving up fresh and healthy local Latin meals. Sombrero Verde is stationed outside the Inside Out Gallery in Downtown Traverse City Tuesday-Sunday.
Berry Family Enterprise
With over twenty years of commercial fishing experience, Desmond L. Berry and his family are all about serving you fish that is caught daily. Catch Berry Family Enterprise located at the Barrels and Barrels Party store located just south of Suttons Bay.
Powered by Traverse City eatery Red Ginger, Dragon Wagon is serving up fresh Asian cuisine on the go. With the idea of being a “mobile catering unit” Dragon Wagon is one beast of a food truck. Find Dragon Wagon throughout Traverse City and at local festivals.
Mi Fresh Start
Mi Fresh Start is more than a food truck — it’s a roving training station. Owned by Goodwill Industries, Mi Fresh Start will take change to the streets, where trainees will whip up locally sourced foods and learn the in’s and out’s of a food truck business. Catch Mi Fresh Start serving up tacos and sandwiches three days a week at the Addiction Treatment Services center on 8th street, or roaming around Traverse City.
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