5 best food trucks you must try at Minneapolis breweries

Terry Davis

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN - You may now locate the mobile kitchens that you were previously able to see just at fairs at your local breweries. That means you can get in on some delicious food while supporting cooks just starting. Look for these tasty food trucks and some of the best places to eat in Minneapolis:

1. Animales Burger Co. at Bauhaus Brew Labs

Want more from Animales' meat masters? Animales Burger Co., a constant fixture on the Bauhaus patio, serves burgers Wednesday through Saturday. There are stacked burgers with crispy edges, pastrami sandwiches, and seasonal specials like farmers market tomato salad and marinated peaches with basil and whipped goat cheese.

2. Surly Food Truck at Surly Brewing

Want more from Animales' meat masters? Animales Burger Co., a constant fixture on the Bauhaus patio, serves burgers Wednesday through Saturday. There are stacked burgers with crispy edges, pastrami sandwiches, and seasonal specials like farmers market tomato salad and marinated peaches with basil and whipped goat cheese.

3. Kinfolk Food Truck at Norseman Distillery

Chef Andy Denkinger is in residence at this food truck, where he serves customers crispy chicken tacos with blue cheese and buffalo sauce, fried cheese curds piled with blue cheese and buffalo sauce, and pickle-fried chicken thighs. Every drink on the menu matches well with the house-made liquors and is excellent for trying a unique cocktail.

4. Union Hmong Kitchen at Various Breweries

Chef Yia Vang's pop-up restaurant occasionally appears at Fair State Brewing Cooperative and Brother Justus Distillery. If you can make it out when she's cooking, you will be treated to Hmong food and drinks that are amazing, including fried rice, BBQ pork, and dishes with roasted tomatoes and Thai chiles.

5. Rotating Trucks at Lakes and Legends

Lakes and Legends are kind and open to people: children, pets, and food. The food is good to have your food delivered or grab a bite at the food truck of the day. La Tortilla offers fresh Mexican, with numerous vegetarian options, Full Belly Happy Heart does Latin fusion, and Chicks on Wheels is perfect for chicken lovers (Food Network-favorite tacos and sandwiches with global-inspired flavours). Make sure to look over the food truck and events calendar to have the best possible food and beer experience.

If you want to know more about the food trucks in Minneapolis, please visit minneapolis.org.

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