Keep on Trucking: Four Fresh Food Truck Ideas

Fresh food-truck ideas for couples who want to skip the traditional caterer.
From: Spring/Summer 2017 edition

With food trucks trending in the wedding world for a few years now, how do you make meals on wheels feel current for your wedding-day feast? By rolling out the latest and greatest on the Minnesota scene, that’s how. Check out these mobile kitchens for unexpected food-truck fare.

Wyn 65
The team behind Lyn 65, Richfield’s fried chicken temple, converted a camper truck and hit the streets in 2016 with their from-scratch, Southern-style cooking. Because they’re chef-driven (literally), they can execute custom menus, like a five-course French dinner they did for a recent wedding. Bonus: Their liquor license means gourmet cocktails are on the menu, too.

Bibuta
You love sushi and you love burritos. It’s about time you had a sushi burrito. These fresh and healthy hand-held creations make a big impact (and are likely to get your guests addicted).

Misfit Coffee
Coffee can be an afterthought when wedding planning, but it shouldn’t be—how else are you going to get your guests wired enough to stay on the dance floor all night? Enter the Misfit Coffee trailer and the java-loving dudes committed to brewing the best cup of coffee imaginable. If this doesn’t perk up your guests, nothing will.

Bark and the Bite
You probably don’t expect great vegetarian bites from a barbecue truck, but the Bark and the Bite isn’t just any generic ’cue. Their vegetarian BBQ mock jackalope is just as popular as their slow-smoked meats, dry-rub ribs and duck-fat-fried hot wings.